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ministrations

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishministrationsmin‧i‧stra‧tions /ˌmɪnəˈstreɪʃənz/ noun [plural]  formalLOOK AFTER somebodyHELP the giving of help to people who are ill or who need the help of a priest Despite the ministrations of the surgeon, poor Lucy died on the 22 July.
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ministrationsI gave myself over to her ministrations.All the time, his eyes held hers, watching how his ministrations excited her.During these kind ministrations, Glover felt himself to be the old stump on the lake.Sien responded like a weak child to Vincent's ministrations.Even if Frome's death has nothing to do with your wife's ... ministrations, the word has spread now.Jekyll nurses a repressed longing for the maid and her tender ministrations, and she for him.I wept in gratitude at seeing her genuinely happy smile and the tender ministrations of the two women near her.
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