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to reestablish friendship between

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Employers were hoping that the Supreme Court would have gone further in its ruling, and require that the EEOC engage in a "good faith effort" to conciliate and actually compromise, Ritter said.
2 : to gain or regain the goodwill or favor of <She apologized to conciliate an angry friend.
The government power utility coordinator, CDEEE, has created commissions to negotiate the sale and purchase power contracts, conciliate debts with AES, and to make recommendations regarding the EdeNorte and EdeSur buyback contract signed with Union Fenosa during the past government.
Members from the National Joint Council are to come to Merseyside to conciliate.
If we're playing diplomatic games here, so that we conciliate people who don't like Dr.
She acknowledges the heightened press control in the 1620s, but reminds us that the aim might have been to conciliate Spain as much as to control the domestic market for news and comment, and asserts that press control was less pervasive and effective than some scholars claim.
The EEOC investigated and unsuccessfully tried to conciliate the matter with Waffle House.
It would be the first time in Japan for a group to ask a home affairs ministry commission to conciliate in such a dispute after a settlement was struck at a court, they said.
Although the prime minister himself is a champion of free-market capitalism, his coalition includes former members of the post-war Christian Democratic establishment, whose adherence to Catholic social teaching inclines them to conciliate organized labor.
As Time magazine's Jay Carney and John Dickerson revealed, van Lohuizen had poll-tested pitch phrases for weeks before arriving at these as the most likely to conciliate a skeptical public.
The Chinese now have one more piece of evidence that there is little courage in Washington to stand up to them, and that our response to any crisis will be to compromise and conciliate.
When Arthur Phillip was appointed the new colony's first Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief in 1788, he was instructed by the British government to create a relationship with the Aborigines: `to conciliate their affections, enjoining all our subjects to live in amity and kindness with them'.
Implementation of a global environmental incentive approach to polluting firms could be a way to conciliate obtaining significant environmental improvements and the preservation--or even stimulation--of the competitiveness of the concerned industries.
While public men in the North often sought to conciliate their Southern brethren, once-moderate female activists had their resolve hardened by decades of enduring flying bottles, rotten eggs, and epithets of "Jezebel.
The left, of course, has a long history of economic reductionism that has been able to conciliate and rationalize all sorts of ideologies of inequality, simply by declaring them artifacts of capitalism that will magically wither away with its defeat down the road.