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use "allay" in a sentence

Pindar seems to have composed it in order to allay any ill feelings over his portrayal of Neoptolemus in an earlier poem ( paean 6) commissioned by the priests at Delphi.

That same evening, he also announced his resignation as leader of the PDP to allay suspicions that
alimony, child custody, and burial, is based on an individual's religion.

With a young daughter and an ex-wife ( Shannon Esra ) to whom he can barely afford to pay alimony, his personal life might be in even worse shape than his career.

Oona, meanwhile, has become hostile and accuses Tig of being rich and hiding his money to avoid paying her alimony.

Some private firms and individuals use the CPI to keep rents, royalties, alimony payments and child support payments in line with changing prices.

This may be done where it reduces the waiting period otherwise required, or possibly in hopes of affecting decisions related to a divorce, such as child custody, child support, alimony, and so on.

She dared not state this in public though, in case the Swedish council might then refuse to pay her alimony.

Sally Brinkley, unable to obtain an extradition order from Canada, dismissed her suit for alimony and child support, allowing Brinkley to return to Chicago with the child.

Even with Robert's wealth he was neglectful of paying child support and alimony payments to his two ex-wives.

She refused alimony or child support and took a job as a telephone operator, raising her son in very modest circumstances.

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