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1.the easing of tensions or strained relations (especially between nations)

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    give (someone) a hard time
    to tease someone, to make trouble for someone
    The girl gave her boyfriend a hard time about his new haircut.
    The new supervisor is giving me a hard time.



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    This plant, not less celebrated for its superior efficacy in destroying worms, than admired for its beauty, is a native of the warmer parts of North America, the older Botanists, and even Linnaeus, at one time considered it as a honeysuckle, but he has now made a new genus of it, which he has named in honour of Spigelius, a Botanist of considerable note, author of the Ifagog. in yem herbar. published at Leyden in 1633.This plant is not easily propagated in England, for the roots make but slow increase, so that the plant is not very common in the English Gardens at present, for although it is so hardy as to endure the cold of our ordinary winters in the open air, yet as it does not ripen seeds, the only way of propagating it is by parting of the roots, and as these do not make much increase by offsets, so the plants are scarce, it delights in a moist soil, and must not be often transplanted. Millers Dict.The scarcity of this plant, even now, is a proof of the justness of Mr. Millers observation, it is in fact a very shy plant, and scarcely to be kept in this country but by frequent importation.It flowers in June and July.


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