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He said police had been striving to amicably resolve the matter but would have no option but to register a complaint against the family if it failed to placate the prayer leader and his followers.
The Northern Territory s Primary Industry Minister Willem Westra van Holthe has labelled the Federal Government s recent announcement of appointing an independent animal welfare inspector as a vote grabbing exercise designed to placate the Greens and animal welfare lobby.
parcel would been enough placate even most demanding of 1970s Not that we mind of course, all we parents are really concerned with, if we allow ourselves to admit it, is just how worn out our children are at the end of it all - and, more importantly, how soon after their heads hit the pillow will they be throwing Zzzzzs around the bedroom with as much alacrity as they are presently throwing themselves headlong into their bulbous assault course.
The Congress needs to deploy the trick that schoolmasters have been using to placate students who throw tantrums
There are positive outcomes from the defeat of the Ulpana law, as a result of the government's trying to placate the right and prevent another demolition.
Global Banking News-November 7, 2011--Citigroup said to be making efforts to placate Japanese regulators(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Whether it is utility companies, transport, or social care, privatisation means a deterioration of service and exorbitant prices to placate the greed of shareholders.
Fights erupted in the centre circle as Joey Barton, who also scored in the 2-0 victory, and boss Pardew tried to placate fans.
Summary: Syria says teachers wearing niqab can return to jobs; Syria orders closure of casino; Moves seen to placate Sunni majority population
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said that Washington's attempt to revive so called 'peace talks' as well as its tough stance against Iran is part of a political game by US President Barack Obama to placate US public opinion.
Now, a team of scientists from USDA's Agricultural Research Service reports that it may have found a way to placate these reluctant overseas customers.
Sounds more sincere than Gordon Brown's attempt to placate that old dear from Rochdale.
MARTIN O'Neill hopes a win in Moscow tonight will placate the few hundred Villa fans who have made the trip and are angered by his decision to play the reserves.
PORTSMOUTH are trying to placate their fans after it was revealed their first European tie will kick-off at 6pm.
The moves, after similar injections by the Fed last week, appeared to placate Wall Street for now and allowed it to focus on a week of fresh economic data.