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to grant or have what is demanded by (a need or desire)

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Last week Paul Marsden released a transcript of a conversation with party chief whip Hillary Armstrong, in which she is alleged to have compared the rebel MP to a 1930s appeaser of Nazi Germany.
While the aircraft's crew languished in Chinese custody, Bush tried to concoct some language that would communicate an apology that doesn't apologize, one that would placate China without letting Americans know the obvious - that we have another appeaser in the White House.
Mr Muhammad said comparing anti-war MPs to Hitler's appeasers of the 1930s put Moslems on a par with the Nazis.
In the wake of the row between Chief Whip Hilary Armstrong and the backbencher Paul Marsden over reports she likened anti-war MPs to Nazi appeasers, the only Welsh Labour MP to call for a pause in the bombing insisted she had not come under pressure to suppress her views.
There is no step is more likely to force the Whitehall appeasers to think again.
A raging Armstrong compared him to Nazi appeasers after Marsden, 33, joined other MPs backing a call for bombing in Afghanistan to be halted.
Mr Winnick demanded: "Will we be informed if that discredited gang of appeasers outside - people like the Pilgers and the Pinters - have written and apologised, having got it completely wrong?
Mr Marsden angered party chiefs in October after he said Ms Armstrong compared him to 1930 Hitler appeasers during another meeting over his anti-war comments.
In this country, the doubters, dissenters and appeasers are already at work.
The Prime Minister yesterday declined to condemn a dissenting Labour MP's visit to Belgrade after Cabinet Minister Ms Clare Short had likened some critics of the Nato air strikes to Nazi appeasers.
I wouldn't go so far as to call them nations of appeasers - many brave men and women in these countries fought against their Nazi occupiers - but they certainly know how to avoid a scrap.
It is not only the appeasers who are reluctant to see modern military might used against the long-suffering and innocent people of a primitive country.
International Development Secretary Clare Short yesterday accused Labour MPs opposed to bombing Yugoslavia of acting like Nazi appeasers.
I look at young Stephen Menary and my blood boils at the appeasers, the wimps and the bleeding-heart liberals.
Nato also produced the first evidence of what it said could be mass graves inside Kosovo and Mr Blair stepped up the rhetoric in favour of the campaign, comparing those who opposed it to the appeasers of Hitler in the 1930s.