First, notwithstanding the proverb that constant dropping will wear away a stone, you may set your mind at rest
that these people never will - never would, in hundred years - impair your ground with Miss Havisham, in any particular, great or small.
With regard to our circumstances, Ned, you may set your mind at rest
upon that score.
Unnecessary to pursue the subject,' returned Flora, 'and would not have mentioned it on any account except as supposing it a favourable and only letter of introduction but as to being fact no doubt whatever and you may set your mind at rest
for the very dress I have on now can prove it and sweetly made though there is no denying that it would tell better on a better figure for my own is much too fat though how to bring it down I know not, pray excuse me I am roving off again.
But if you are afraid of doing any injury to Captain Hawdon, you may set your mind at rest
But if you're worried about the self-denial side of the yogic life, Elisabeth can set your mind at rest
I believe that he should also have suggested that the vermiculite should be tested by an accredited asbestos inspector or asbestos-removal firm, which you should do now to set your mind at rest
She suggests it's a good idea to try to get a friend to accompany a child the first time they run an errand or walk to school without an adult, pointing out: "It's lovely for your child to share the experience, and it'll set your mind at rest
that they're not alone.
Everyone worries about their unborn babies but there are some tests you can have to set your mind at rest
But the only way to set your mind at rest
is to have a test.
Often a few simple checks can set your mind at rest
The equipment needs servicing just the same, as its efficiency will decrease over time and it is best to set your mind at rest
that everything is OK with your boiler.
Your numbers reveal that you need to set your mind at rest
on this one.
However, a quick call to your broker will set your mind at rest
To set your mind at rest
it's also worth making a call to the local planning department for extra advice and reassurance.
News received could set your mind at rest
or reduce a burden.