During her campaign for the governorship in 2000, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, now in remission.
It went into remission, but it would resurface in 2011; and Scott was able to beat it once again.
But in June 2012, after six years of remission, Brown was diagnosed with cancer again.
At the worst, the opposition movement is in a state of remission during the holiday season.
After a 10-year remission from testicular cancer, Radziwill found out he was ill again.
For “without shedding of Blood is no remission,” and the Blood of expiation once shed, can be shed no more for ever.
That change of mind is itself reconciliation, forgiveness, remission of sins.
Why does an age of innocence hasten to the remission of sins?
remission in testimony of truth.Juan Soriano, notary-public.
She does not know the difference between pardon and remission of consequences.
c.1200, "forgiveness or pardon (of sins)," from Old French remission "forgiveness (of sins), relief" (12c.), from Latin remissionem (nominative remissio) "relaxation, diminishing," lit. "a sending back, sending away," noun of action from past participle stem of remittere "slacken, let go, abate" (see remit). Used of diseases since early 15c.
remission re·mis·sion (rĭ-mĭsh'ən)
Abatement or subsiding of the symptoms of a disease.
The period during which the symptoms of a disease abate or subside.
A period in the course of a disease when symptoms become less severe.