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to reestablish friendship between

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What annoys me the most, is his occasional attempts at affectionate fondness that I can neither credit nor return; not that I hate him: his sufferings and my own laborious care have given him some claim to my regard - to my affection even, if he would only be quiet and sincere, and content to let things remain as they are; but the more he tries to conciliate me, the more I shrink from him and from the future.
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.
During the meeting, she had asked her how President Obama conciliates her whenever they fight.
in which aradhaka means "who conciliates, wins approval; accomplishing, fulfilling; successful" (Cone "aradhaka").
He added that the approach to be adopted is one that conciliates between the component parts of socio-economic development, on the one hand, and preservation of environment, rationalisation of natural resources utilisation and guaranteeing of the young generations' right to a balanced environment where life is good.
Sources also informed that the Ministry has also underlined to provide details of all the working security agencies in foreign offices, NGOs and Conciliates within a week.