01. Ginger tea is an excellent [remedy] for colds.
02. The President's advisor suggested the [remedy] for the economic problems is a tax cut.
03. Many people these days are looking for natural [remedies] to illnesses.
04. The best [remedy] I have found for a sore neck is a good massage.
05. We have done everything we can to [remedy] the situation.
06. Her son is in a [remedial] reading class, and is making excellent progress.
07. In Great Britain, over $230 million is spent on traditional [remedies] every year.
08. Scientists have discovered that there is a traditional Chinese herbal [remedy] which is more effective against certain kinds of malaria than modern medicines.
09. Groucho Marx once said that politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong [remedies].
10. Cervantes once observed that there is a [remedy] for all things but death.
11. Cicero noted that a careful physician, before he attempts to administer a [remedy] to his patient, must investigate not only the malady of the man he wishes to cure, but also his habits when in health, and his physical constitution.
12. Pearl Buck once observed that every great mistake has a halfway moment, a split second when it can be recalled, and perhaps [remedied].
13. Golfer Jack Nicklaus once remarked that one must focus on [remedies], not faults.
14. John Bright once noted that force is not a [remedy].
15. Kin Hubbard once said that of all the home [remedies], a good wife is the best.
16. Anne Frank wrote in her diary that the best [remedy] for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God.
17. There is a Portuguese proverb which observes that there is a [remedy] for everything; it is called death.
18. Novelist Salman Rushdie once remarked that when thought becomes excessively painful, action is the finest [remedy].
19. There is an Italian proverb which tells us that the [remedy] for injuries is not to remember them.
20. Radishes were considered a [remedy] for sexual problems in ancient Egypt.
21. Henry Ford once said, "Don't find a fault, find a [remedy]."
22. Traditional herbal [remedies] are popular with many people in Indonesia.
23. An Arab proverb suggests that the [remedy] against bad times is to be patient with them.

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