peace of mind


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peace of mind

A calm, untroubled emotional state. Having money in my savings account just gives me peace of mind.
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peace of mind

Fig. a tranquility that results from not having worries, guilt, or problems. If peace of mind is more important to you than earning a lot of money, maybe you should consider teaching.
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peace of ˈmind

freedom from worry, anxiety, guilt, etc: He seemed to find peace of mind in the last few weeks of his life.
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The company then determined that despite the considerable commitment in terms of time and cost, its clients deserved the peace of mind that only third-party certification could bring, as opposed to "self-certification," which some lenders will accept in their due diligence.
PEACE OF MIND James Brown with nurse Judith Robson and the equipment.
Remember, with all of your hard work, you deserve the peace of mind in knowing that your Exchange continuity solution really is always on and available, so you don't have to be.
Such is the peace of mind increasingly enjoyed in modern societies where only "wanted" children are born.
Without question, consumers rate the warranties that come with CPO vehicles as the most valuable feature of the programs," says Wilson, "and they're willing to pay more for the added peace of mind.
Peace of mind has finally come to the families and friends of nine servicemen of VO-67 whose OP-2E aircraft, similar to the squadron aircraft at right, crashed during the Vietnam War.
Until Today: Devotions for Spiritual Growth and Peace of Mind by Iyanla Vanzant Simon & Schuster, December 2000, $22.
But for every doctor who hails the scan as the next generation in preventive medicine, there are medical experts who claim a full-body CT is excessive, and that such a battery of tests generates anxiety more often than peace of mind.
But we felt they needed some peace of mind along with their hard cash bonuses .
Peace Of Mind has been impressing in work at home since his seasonal debut and is fancied to run a big race in the Victor Chandler Chester Vase (3.
listening to all this suburban peace of mind the neighbour's lawnmower roar the chain-saw council workers digging up pipes their drill rat-a-tat hacking through my brain oh I know we all need hot and cold water on tap and the neat suburban lawn it's all got to be maintained got to be ordered/organised got to be all the same got to lop/chop limbs might fall on our precious fence/car/garage or, god forbid the house walls (us in) got to (wall out) the trees the neighbours got to have (privacy) security got to have peace/of/mind
For CPAs, helping a client present his or her insurance claims professionally provides that client with peace of mind at a time when it is in very short supply.
The staff member who can develop a relationship with a resident based on mutual trust and respect has taken the first step in assuring that resident's peace of mind and cooperation.
SecuraPAL provides parents with peace of mind when separated from their children
By providing automobiles that can be used with enjoyment and peace of mind , Subaru wants to be broaden the activity realm of customers, becoming the occasion for a new story.