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3. Luke's behaviour caused his parents great distress.
4. She comforted me in my distress.
5. He is in distress for money.
6. Mark showed no outward signs of distress.
7. The mother was in great distress when her baby became ill.
8. She was obviously in distress after the attack.
9. The causes of social distress include inadequate housing.
10. His face looked rigid with distress.
11. The newspaper article caused the actor considerable distress.
12. Jealousy causes distress and painful emotions.
13. Nothing could alleviate his distress.
14. Mary's heart was full of distress.
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15. The lifeboat went out to a ship in distress.
16. Seeing his distress, Louise put her arm around him.
17. The charity aims to relieve poverty and distress caused by natural disasters.
18. We picked up a distress signal 6 km away.
19. The ship is in distress and taking on water.
20. She seemed to have got over her distress.
21. Governments should endeavour to mitigate distress.
22. Send out a distress signal; the ship is sinking.
23. The ship sent up distress flares to attract the attention of the coastguard.
24. Pity us in our distress.
25. The Coast Guard picked up a distress signal from a freighter 50 miles out at sea.
26. The president issued a statement expressing her distress over the affair.
27. Towards the end of the marathon several runners showed signs of distress.
28. She claimed that the way she had been treated at work had caused her extreme emotional and psychological distress.
29. He expressed concern that the ship might be in distress.
30. Indigestion is a catch-all term for any kind of stomach distress.
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