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made compatible or consistent

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The necessity of the measure in a pecuniary light, and the hope of its utility to his son, reconciled Sir Thomas to the effort of quitting the rest of his family, and of leaving his daughters to the direction of others at their present most interesting time of life.
I hope it was that he wanted to see Amelia and be reconciled before he left the world to one dear and faithful wife of his son: it was most likely that, for his will showed that the hatred which he had so long cherished had gone out of his heart.
When Amelia heard that her father-in-law was reconciled to her, her heart melted, and she was grateful for the fortune left to her.
The female Bullock, aunt of Georgy, although despoiled by that little monster of one-half of the sum which she expected from her father, nevertheless showed her charitableness of spirit by being reconciled to the mother and the boy.
So it is only natural to continue offering an entire day of confessions and again, invite everyone to be reconciled, especially to those who have been away from the sacrament for years.
Through His reconciling with sinners, they are given chances to become trustworthy, not because God needs to trust them before reconciling, but because now that they are reconciled, they can grow in relationship with Him through a life that demonstrates a restored relationship with Him.
It isn't far-fetched to believe that Garner and Affleck have reconciled after time apart.
This common link not only puts cancer, fibromyalgia, diabetes, HIV/Aids, and virtually all sicknesses in one category, but in theory by reconciling these "common denominators" then all sicknesses can be reconciled quickly, safely, and efficiently.
Therefore, if we are to take reconciliation as a goal, then every transgression that needs to be reconciled must be taken back to the fundamental violation between human beings and God.
Created in 2002 as Paris's anti-museum and expanded to 236,000 square feet in 2012, Le Palais is intended to reconcile the City of Light with contemporary art, just as Israeli-born Arad has reconciled design and art with limited-edition pieces commanding up to six figures at auction.
We can then humbly receive the truth of Romans 5: "For if when we were enemies we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved through His life.
We reconciled with individuals, we treated each case individually, and those who had killed Iraqis did not participate in the reconciliation talks," he added.
Manila: The Philippines moved closer to having a law that will criminalise human rights violations after the Senate's ratification of a reconciled version of the Anti-torture Bill.
He also directed the department that the meeting of fiscal monitoring committee would be held every two month rather than quarterly and department should submit their reconciled accounts in the meeting.
3 : to make agree <His story cannot be reconciled with the facts.