conciliate


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Related to conciliate: importune, allotted, assuming, divulge, bestowed
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mediate

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to reestablish friendship between

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The nonchalance of boys who are sure of a dinner, and would disdain as much as a lord to do or say aught to conciliate one, is the healthy attitude of human nature.
Also he saw one dog, that would neither conciliate nor obey, finally killed in the struggle for mastery.
Instead of being permitted to concentrate his attention on his tragedy Nutty had to trudge three-quarters of a mile, conciliate a bull-terrier, and trudge back again carrying a heavy pail.
They were surprised to see that nearly every man in this great concourse, which still came pouring past, without slackening in the least, wore in his hat a blue cockade; and that the chance passengers who were not so decorated, appeared timidly anxious to escape observation or attack, and gave them the wall as if they would conciliate them.
Oliver was but too glad to make himself useful; too happy to have some faces, however bad, to look upon; too desirous to conciliate those about him when he could honestly do so; to throw any objection in the way of this proposal.
Philip felt some bitter complacency in the promising stupidity of this well-made, active-looking boy; but made polite by his own extreme sensitiveness, as well as by his desire to conciliate, he checked his inclination to laugh, and said quietly,--
Presently, he returned, followed by the boy from the public- house, who bore in one hand a plate of bread and beef, and in the other a great pot, filled with some very fragrant compound, which sent forth a grateful steam, and was indeed choice purl, made after a particular recipe which Mr Swiveller had imparted to the landlord, at a period when he was deep in his books and desirous to conciliate his friendship.
Caid Essebsi asserted also that he placed his confidence in party president Mohamed Ennaceur who was present at the meeting, adding that he counts on his wisdom to conciliate views and protect the party.
It sought to shorten distances between the nation and citizens and to conciliate the people with the state, through the culture of citizenship and decentralization," he added.
Ideally, if you're an agency that's moving forward in the direction of large, systemic cases, you're probably not going to have the resources to do a comprehensive investigation or conciliate where you're addressing every fact and every issue in a large case," Farmer says.
Whereas if you conciliate and give, you always feel relieved.
Vonaskova-Novakova did her utmost to make the composition sound compendious, yet it would seem that attaining that feat is simply beyond the powers of anyone (I have never heard a recording that would fully conciliate me with this work).
PRACTICAL EFFECT OF THE SCHEME Although this scheme could certainly be used to conciliate claims that are fairly straightforward it may not be appropriate for more complex claims involving, for instance, whistleblowing or discrimination.
ACAS will then help to conciliate the claim between the employee and their employer with the added benefit that while this is going on the stopwatch is paused for the appropriate time limit for the claim.
And on behalf of the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) - Au100m plan will be developing capacity at the barracks from 500 to 2,000 personnel, to conciliate in two new signal regiments returning from Germany.