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use "alleviate" in a sentence

The city plans to make improvements to the Atlantic Street underpass beneath the New Haven Line railroad tracks just east of the Stamford Transportation Center in order to alleviate a traffic bottleneck.

Their primary purpose usually is either to alleviate water scarcity or to
abandon his allegiance to Byzantium and recognize the Caliph as his suzerain.

Rodger Shanahan :The Islamic Da'wa Party: Past Development And Future Prospects Upon joining the party, allegiance must be sworn to the party.

After Spain declared war on France in October 1683, Louis agreed to support La Salle's plan; his official duties now included "confirming the Indians' allegiance to the crown, leading them to the true faith, and maintaining intertribal peace".

Warrior wore red, white, and blue colors to the ring, indicating his American allegiance.

While everyone was required to take an oath of allegiance to him and never again wage war against him, he "declared a general amnesty for most of his enemies, including those he had fought in battle.

The committee, to be known as the Allegiance Institution, includes key sons and grandsons of king Abdul Aziz.

They wrote to Hussain ibn Ali concerning removing Muawiya and giving the pledge of allegiance to him.

Fianna Fáil initially refused to enter the Irish Free State's Dáil Éireann in protest at the Oath of Allegiance which all members of the Dáil were obliged to take.

However, her true allegiance is revealed when she shoots Bond with a tranquiliser gun at the Tokyo nuclear plant; she then takes him to Drake.

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