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desperate diseases must have desperate remedies

Extreme and undesirable circumstances or situations can only be resolved by resorting to equally extreme actions. I know that the austerity measures introduced by the government during the recession are unpopular, but desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

Prov. If you have a seemingly insurmountable problem, you must do things you ordinarily would not do in order to solve it. Fred: All my employees have been surly and morose for months. How can I improve their morale? Alan: Why not give everyone a raise? Fred: That's a pretty extreme suggestion. Alan: Yes, but desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

There is a remedy for everything except death.

Prov. Everything but death can be cured.; As long as you are alive, your problems can somehow be solved. Bill: I'll never recover from losing Nancy. Fred: Nonsense. There is a remedy for everything except death. Whenever Linda despaired, she sternly reminded herself that there is a remedy for everything except death.
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In either case, the refund remedy must be "sure and certain."
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* It is not a placebo, so if you get the wrong remedy, it probably won't work and you may need to choose another.
Each remedy is prescribed for a specific complaint, and the preparation and treatment are also explained.
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Although it is customary for construction contracts to provide that specific remedies apply in certain circumstances (most notably in respect of liquidated damages in the event of delay and/or failure to satisfy certain performance criteria), a contractor is invariably required to discharge a multitude of other fundamental obligations and it is unusual for the contract to specify the remedy for a breach of each obligation.
(1) The Court failed, however, to issue specific instructions regarding the use and applicability of this newly spawned "Bivens remedy." (2) In the thirty-five years following its holding in Bivens, the Court extended the new remedy only twice.
Registration is a guarantee of good quality and it means the remedy been used traditionally for 30 years or more.
BRATISLAVA--The UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, Joy Ngozi Ezeilo, urged governments from all countries of origin, transit and destination, to provide for the right to an effective remedy for trafficked persons.
Literally any substance in nature can be prepared as a homeopathic medicine or remedy. The 45-or-so most commonly known remedies, known as the polychrest, used to constitute the majority of prescriptions in our practice when we began to study homeopathy in the late 1970s.
To allow the Commission to better evaluate the viability and effectiveness of a proposed remedy, the parties have to provide the necessary information for a proper prognosis in a new remedies form ( Form RM').
Guide to trade remedy procedures (anti-dumping, countervailing and safeguard) aimed at exporters from developing countries and transition economies, with particular reference to trade remedy legislation and practices of the United States.