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Related to conciliated: divulge, assuming, allotted, importune, bestowed
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Again, what is important is the service that the DFA is supposed to render with modesty and humility and not act arrogantly as people in power to be appeased or conciliated with.
Last year Acas conciliated in around 850 cases, reaching a successful outcome in 94 per cent of these.
Rather than rebuking Nazi aggression at this junction, FDR instead conciliated Germany, believing that his efforts had averted war (p.
For sustaining faith in the system, it is obligatory for every presiding member to make sincere efforts in bringing about a conciliated settlement in every case put before it without causing any kind of coercion, threat, undue influence, allurement or misrepresentation either directly or indirectly," he said.
The Parliament of Kyrgyzstan approved the conciliated draft law on vehicles on June 27, which instructs the government to limit import of right-hand drive vehicles within 6 months after publication.
In the first six months this year, about half of the successful conciliated cases were settled under the fast-track case handling arrangement.
If he is to be upset, then he shall not be conciliated again.
At the end of four months, monks whose minds are conciliated (4) let (him) go forth, and get (him) ordained for the status of monkhood.
Negotiated settlements are recorded in the ET statistics as "withdrawn"- and the ACAS conciliated settlements are recorded independently.
If no breach is detected, the matter is conciliated in an attempt to negotiate redress for the consumer.
The way in which the militants were given an inch by the government and then seized a mile, bore out the widespread protests in Pakistan, as well as predictably from Washington, that the militants could not be conciliated in this way.
Alessandro Vettori's reading of Paradiso 11 and 12 on aspects of duality, dualism, binary, and tertiary images in themes and contents--unity and duplicity conciliated at the same time--is deftly handled and well-presented, an example of brilliant and solid scholarship.