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11, John Pistole, deputy director of the FBI met with a group of Muslim Americans in Washington to assuage their concerns, The New York Times reported.
On the one hand, she uses Suren as her touchstone to paint pictures of a social and cultural elite infringing sexual mores, as if savoring the flavor of dystopia Goring read into Mensch und Sonne, but on the other hand, she capitalizes on Suren to shrewdly reflect on the way reality can be manufactured to assuage a constituency.
The only way for Bush to assuage his embarrassment was to spend other people's money by the billion.
After a business meeting in the World Trade Center on September 11 abruptly ends Schell's life, Oskar, desperate to hang onto his dad and assuage his own pain, devises a strange quest that sends him hunting across the City's five boroughs for two years, searching for clues to his father's last moments.
This new diktat may up its CSR credentials among consumers but it does nothing to assuage the uneasy feeling many have about its power.
Bush Administration reportedly working to assuage sugar interests: The Bush administration andcongressional supporters of the Central American Free Trade Agreement reportedly are reviewing waysto make CAFTA more "sugar friendly.
Convinced of how unjustly and unfairly they had treated blacks, he writes, "Americans were determined to assuage and compensate for [the past].
Economists suggest eliminating tariffs on Mexican cement imports to help assuage the shortage.
The new US backed administration has done little to assuage the countrv's catastrophic humanitarian crisis.
Wilen and Roundtree said the Chicago police tried to assuage their concerns by pointing to the large number of arrests they've made in the area over the past few months.
Writer Gregory Millman takes a broad look at some of the ramifications of these privacy codes and hears from privacy officers and others about how they are scrambling to comply--and to assuage consumers that their companies handle data protectively.
The filly is the first foal of four-year-old Assuage, writes Rachel Pagones.
Evidently the spectacular cost (35 million euros) and extraordinary planning and construction time (five years) could not assuage this fundamental stylistic defect.