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mediate

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to reestablish friendship between

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In the context of the MN passage quoted above, being conciliated essentially means gaining confidence in the sincerity and motivation of the would-be renouncer who was a former member of another sect.
Or, rather, he has directed a searching spotlight on an old and long-obscured understanding of the origins of the Constitution--the oldest, in fact, because in his telling it was the understanding of those who themselves threatened, plotted, politicked, compromised, conciliated, and sacrificed on the road to 1787.
Like such distant predecessors as Camille Rousset, Rowlands finds that Louis XIV increased his control over the army at the expense of the nobility, but he also believes that the king conciliated, compromised with, and sometimes deferred to the same nobles whom he also subordinated, serving the private or dynastic interests of all concerned.
Foreign Office Architects' pier in Yokohama (AR January 2003) shows how modern transport and Walter Benjamin's flaneurs can be conciliated.
As far as individuals are concerned, there are some 6,500 tribunal cases in Wales each year, of which three quarters are conciliated, settled or withdrawn before they reach a full hearing.
Regime change for calculated opportunity and possible imperial expansion should not be conciliated by announced rhetoric of immediate neccessity.
This test is an instrument to evaluate competitive models of morality regarding whether or not different human interests are conciliated within a personality.
companies have become aware of the tremendous advantages of mediated negotiation over litigation, and our counterparts in China have long understood the benefits of conciliated settlement.
The Parliament of Kyrgyzstan on Thursday approved the conciliated draft of the constitutional law on the Kyrgyz government.
The Seven Years' War raised the stakes, leading Louisiana's Governor Kerlerec to assert that the Choctaws "must be conciliated, cost what it may" (p.
Balibar shows (in Chapter Two) that Spinoza's response, while clearly antimonarchical, again questions the presupposition of both sides--namely, the opposition between the sovereign state and the free individual: "the sovereignty of the State and individual freedom do not need to be separated, nor indeed conciliated, because they are not in contradiction.
The Parliament of Kyrgyzstan on Thursday approved the conciliated draft of the constitutional law with the amendments and changes to the legislative acts on status of judges and Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court.
The Parliament of Kyrgyzstan passed the conciliated draft law on amendments and additions to the law on the Council for Selection of Judges at the extraordinary session of the Parliament on March 2.
The involvement of ACAS in resolving disputes continues to be impressive as 38 per cent of cases result in a conciliated settlement.