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tending to reconcile or accommodate

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Therefore, different from unconditional forgiveness, interpersonal reconciliation must be seen as a process of restoring trust so that in reconciling, the forgiver can now enjoy, without fear of getting hurt again, a renewed relationship with the offender.
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.
The suffering and death of Jesus Christ goes to the very heart of each transgression, and His resurrection transforms the wound and confirms God's reconciling work.
Implement in companies and organizations supporting measures reconciling work and family to practice
For Q4 of fiscal 2010, the company's pre-tax reconciling items were USD9.
Because account reconciliations are so important under Sarbanes-Oxley, companies should adopt a continuous improvement process with the goal of reconciling all accounts before the post-closing adjustment review process.
But Christianity--and murder mysteries--"turn Freud on his head" by reconciling past and present, not by erasing the past.
Part II, Reconciliation of Net Income (Loss) per Income Statement of Includible Corporations With Taxable Income per Return, and Part III, Reconciliation of Nat Income (Loss) per Income Statement of Includible Corporations With Taxable Income per Return--Expense/Deduction Items, are consolidating schedules that require corporations to (1) separately report over 70 items of income and expense in reconciling net income (or loss) and (2) identify each as either a temporary or permanent difference.
In his book, Moral Capitalism: reconciling private interest with the public good, Stephen Young presents a workable model for practising ethical business that he believes 'can restore popular confidence' and 'create wealth for all'.
Being from an evangelical background has also enabled me to understand the hardship people have when it comes to reconciling their sexuality with their spirituality.
God] reconciled us to himself through Christ and has given us the ministry of reconciliation: that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting the message of reconciliation to us.
GI: Grout was talking of the creative impulses that resulted in the change from the renaissance to the baroque, the reconciling that had to happen there.
whereas the Commission's February 2001 Communication on a Programme of Actions to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis includes a commitment to tiered pricing where developing countries pay the lowest possible price for medicines, an acknowledgement of the possibility of exploring the best use of compulsory licensing systems and a commitment to launch a debate in the WTO on reconciling the TRIPS agreements with the objectives of health protection in developing countries,
In reconciling the various public and private functions, there have been occasional conflicts of interest, but instead of a redundant husk, London's South Bank now boasts a splendidly restored building vigorously engaged with the life of the city.
The problem of reconciling two discordant traditions emerges in essays by Antoine Calvet on works attributed to Arnold of Villanova and by Danielle Jacquart on Michele Savonarola.