reconcilement


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Synonyms for reconcilement

a reestablishment of friendship or harmony

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Reconcilement of laws and eliminating duplicated or conflicting regulations to reduce obstacles that hinder doing business to eliminate the reasons for corruption
It is therefore not surprising that a basic preoccupation of West Indian man is with the reconcilement of his disparate "selves", through the wish- fulfillment of being connected to a motherland.
The reconcilement of which he speaks is, nonetheless, not for him a defeat; it is, rather, the achievement of a resilient, if jaundiced, survivor, one who can face his mortality with dignified acceptance.
For, as Milton wisely expresses, "never can true reconcilement grow, where wounds of deadly hate have pierced so deep.
Eventually, however, he broke the promise and upon seeing her in her serpent shape, regardless of their initial reconcilement, their marriage was broken and Melusine fled the castle.
I feed a fame within," "The Reconcilement (Come, let us now resolve at last).
In addition, he says, corporate cards have a wide acceptance and provide an online expense management system that may allow the business to automate reconcilement by tying in with their general ledger system.
On his view, Kirk advocated conservative reconcilement to the modern liberal settlement, and history showed that "conservatives, whose acceptance comes after the event, have confiscated their enemies' political estate and administered it very well.
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Riyadh daily newspaper hinted that the GCC Summit convenes without alliances, differences, polarization or hostility against any country or people and differs from pan-Arab summits which resulted in clashes instead of reconcilement.
Although decisively ranged against postcolonialist historiography, the two books in this review truly reflect the rich diversity in the scholarship of revisionism, reaction, and reconcilement that continues to draw sustenance from the momentous conjuncture of bicentennial commemorations between 2003 and 2008: the Haitian Revolution and Danish, American, and British abolitions.
He said the kingdom has learnt a lesson that helped it overcome the recent crisis through reconcilement and harmony.
The brainchild of UN envoy Jamal Benomar, the conference would serve as a way to bring together Yemen's conflicting parties for a new beginning, forgetting past crimes but also proposing compensation to victims and their families -- an idea that worked both in Morocco and South Africa "The law denies individuals their right to prosecute; the concept of reconcilement should be by satisfaction not by force," she added.
My reconcilement to the Yahoo kind in general", declares Swift's protagonist, "might not be so difficult, if they would be content with those vices and follies only which nature has entitled them to" (Swift 2001: 322).