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"No nation so ancient, but has had its narcotic soother from the most ancient times; none so remote or isolated but has found within its own borders a pain-allayer or narcotic pain-dispeller." -- Chemistry of Common Life (1855) by James Finlay Weir Johnston

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  1. To calm or placate someone or some situation.
  2. To ease or relieve pain or suffering.
  3. To bring comfort or relief.




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