Knowing this would ease her into death, she replied, “Yes.”
"We have done what we can to help ease the company's financial difficulties.
Ease of use: Inextricably linked to the smoking method is the ease of use.
“If we ease up, is it better that we ease up on schools, workplaces or on social interactions?”
But she didn’t feel at ease—just the opposite—and that was a real eye-opener.
The bank placed second in Security and Reliability, and third in Reputation, Feature Breadth, and Ease of Use.
The last column in the chart shows what happens to ease of action under the present rules as the Union expands: it drops sharply.
But while vaccinated American visitors can visit with ease, Iceland won't be the stepping stone to mainland Europe as it once was.
You must excuse me,” said he, putting Pierre at ease instead of being put at ease by him, “but I hope I have not offended you.
Ease of entry test: Because not every cat is agile enough or motivated enough to jump up into a litter box, I considered ease of entry.
His sense of celebrity and its power contrast painfully with his torments; the movie, however, gives little sense of that ease and solely shows a Fischer under the influence.
To ease this, continue to sleep on your left side and with a pillow under your head, between your knees and under and around your bump to ease discomfort and take pressure off your muscles and hips.
She would not be in a hurry to find fault, but she suspected that there was no elegance;—ease, but not elegance.— She was almost sure that for a young woman, a stranger, a bride, there was too much ease.
"Most of the variation is related to packaging, ease of use, and ease of displaying results, rather than accuracy, although some tests advertise higher sensitivity, which may make it more likely to detect earlier pregnancies," Dr.
“People are wearing them all day every day, so we’re seeing improvements in things like ease of wear and ease of communication,” she added, citing a mask with a clear front that allows people to see the wearer’s facial expressions.
"We are all looking forward to the time when we can safely ease the restrictions that are causing pressure on our lives and our businesses, but if we ease those rules too quickly, we raise the risk of having to go back into a more restrictive regime again."
As far as bed frames go, and especially adjustable bed frames, the Ease Power Base is pretty affordable: where options from Saatva, Leesa, Purple, and more will run you $1,300 and up for a Queen size, the Ease Power Base is just $849 for a Queen and as low as $749 for a Twin.
Fiftly, irrationall creatures cannot distinguish betweene Injury, and Dammage; and therefore as long as they be at ease, they are not offended with their fellowes: whereas Man is then most troublesome, when he is most at ease: for then it is that he loves to shew his Wisdome, and controule the Actions of them that governe the Common-wealth.
"That enables us then to take action in that place which will be restrictive on the individuals who live and work there... but as a result of that we'll be able to provide greater freedom to millions of other people across the country, enabling us to continue to ease the lockdown, ease the return to school, to work and to the daily activities that we all want to get back to," he told the BBC.
Four stages, called (in Sanskrit) dhyanas or (in Pali) jhanas, are distinguished in the shift of attention from the outward sensory world: (1) detachment from the external world and a consciousness of joy and ease, (2) concentration, with suppression of reasoning and investigation, (3) the passing away of joy, with the sense of ease remaining, and (4) the passing away of ease also, bringing about a state of pure self-possession and equanimity.
- freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort
Example: he rose through the ranks with apparent ease
- move gently or carefully
Example: He eased himself into the chair
- lessen pain or discomfort; alleviate
Example: ease the pain in your legs
- a freedom from financial difficulty that promotes a comfortable state
Example: a life of luxury and ease
- the condition of being comfortable or relieved (especially after being relieved of distress)
- make easier
- lessen the intensity of or calm
Example: The news eased my conscience
- freedom from constraint or embarrassment
Example: I am never at ease with strangers
- freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility)
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Four stages called in Sanskrit dhyanas or in Pali jhanas are distinguished in the shift of attention from the outward sensory world 1 detachment from the external world and a consciousness of joy and ease 2 concentration with suppression of reasoning and investigation 3 the passing away of joy with the sense of ease remaining and 4 the passing away of ease also bringing about a state of pure self-possession and equanimity