YESTERDAY'S SOLUTiOnS: GA I L I PSO HEW OGRE MOON AVE BOOT PLACATED
I GNORE KEN FEARS DYCE PREFACE YOUR HOW PH I AL MRS I DEA GRAPPLE L E S T GNOME OWE UPROAR HOTPANTS I NCA APE FOIE SLIT STD TAPS HYDE WEE THINKER Across: 1 Undo; 4 Seats; 7 Keith; 8 Hence; 9 Urals; 10 Auctioneer; 14 Amount; 16 Repeal; 17 Carnoustie; 22 Leave; 23 Locum; 25 Stray; 26 Alert; 27 Wren.
, the unions called off the 24-hour strike.
Not only would it have placated
the fans, it would have stuffed the middle finger up Real Madrid.
Do you think the parents will be placated
by the management's statement?
But the anger of some fans and officials, one of whom initially resigned in disgust, was guickly placated
when the April 1 dateline for the announcement was pointed out.
The gods finally were placated
and responded by sending rains of such force that Lord Shiva had to break the torrential flow of the river by catching it in his hair.
The stewards are placated
by the fact her chance was so good that it was the headline in one of the trade papers.
A heavily nuanced document, the Windsor Report placated
only segments of the church, which had anticipated a bleak future for the Communion--perhaps even dissolution.
But Hal Sutton's team have been placated
by a pounds 1.4m donation to charities of their choice.
ourselves by smoking a lot and drinking beer.