EASES


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EASESEast Asia Environment and Social Development Unit (World Bank)
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And if his successors had been united they would have enjoyed it securely and at their ease, for there were no tumults raised in the kingdom except those they provoked themselves.
Pleasant the sense of being hurried along in swift ease through English scenes, so like those round his own home, only not quite so charming.
And with him one can't be ill at ease. Here he is," she said to herself, seeing his powerful, shy figure, with his shining eyes fixed on her.
Jem Rodney was the man--there was ease in the thought.
The sea was calm and delightful, and our minds were at ease, for we imagined ourselves past danger; but soon found we had flattered ourselves too soon with security, for we came within sight of several barks of Malabar, which had been hid behind a point of land which we were going to double.
Our greatness will appear Then most conspicuous, when great things of small, Useful of hurtful, prosperous of adverse We can create, and in what place so e're Thrive under evil, and work ease out of pain Through labour and endurance.
"They have been ill at ease since they were forced to accept so many human beings into their confidence.
Never in his life had he felt so supremely at his ease with one of the opposite sex.
Were your friends, the Allens, still in Bath, you might go to them with comparative ease; a few hours would take you there; but a journey of seventy miles, to be taken post by you, at your age, alone, unattended!"
Surely, with that note in your hand, your mind is at ease too?"
"With ease!" The Doctor's brow clouded and his manner grew cold.
However, as this mistake of the landlord sufficiently accounted for those passages which Sophia had before mistaken, she acquired some ease on that account; nor could she, upon the whole, forbear smiling.