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  • Relieved from the rigors of catching, he could surely regain the strength, bat speed and power that made him as feared as any hitter in the

    USATODAY.com - Switching positions could be best for Piazza

  • Relieved from the fear of French aggression from the north, the American Colonists took the only course open to them unless they were content to be inferiors-and the result is history.

    What Is A Canadian Citizen?

  • Relieved from the pressure of a twofold excitement, breathing a calmer and a freer air, she realized that there could be no true union between her and the Rev.Mr. —, and the connection was broken off.

    Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910

  • Relieved from the alarm of having set Countess Strogonoff's house on fire, I went to look at my rooms, all upset that I was.

    Memoirs of Madame Vigée Lebrun

  • Relieved from the intenseness of her agony by this plan, and ever eager to pursue the first idea that arose, she flew to borrow from Mrs. Berlinton her post-chaise for the next morning, and to supplicate that

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

  • PHOTO: 'Relieved': The president-elect, with Thabo Mbeki, dances to celebrate his victorySTACKING THE CABINETIn his appointments, Nelson Mandela rewarded loyalty over competence.

    Mr. Mandela Builds His Dream Team

  • RYDER CUP AUDIOTom Lehman: Happy to finish selection processLehman on Cink: Tough competitor will steady U.S. squadLehman on Verplank: Crisp putting, chipping will elevate American teamStewart Cink: 'Relieved' to get call onto teamScott Verplank: 'Pumped' to represent U.S.

    USATODAY.com - Lehman's picks bring veteran presence to team

  • "Relieved" appears to be an understatement as members of BreakThru TU, next year's executive office ticket for Temple Student Government, described their post-election feelings.

    The Temple News

  • Elizabeth Edwards 'Relieved' After Husband's Confession by Mike Krumboltz Few politicians have suffered a fall from grace as epic as John

    Yahoo! Buzz US: Top Stories

  • "Relieved" is perhaps not the best choice of words.

    Shuck and Jive

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