mollification


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As a storehouse of history, financial and otherwise, the bank is increasingly constructed as a vital source of social organization and mollification.
A mollification regularization method for the cauchy problem of an elliptic equation in a multi-dimensional case.
After he had eased the homecoming for several of them they began to refer to him as the Wife Intervention, Mollification, and Pacification person, the WIMP.
Mildred herself admits Veda is "spoiled rotten," and yet throughout the film she continues to present Veda with material gifts as a type of mollification both for the triangulation and the separation of the marriage.
tepidity and lukewarmness, and may bring my heart to a mollification, to a tenderness, as Job found it" (Sermons IX.
As well as mollification by assurances of loyalty, some investors and financiers calculated risk through the prism of race.
Does the ambivalence towards the closing of the I-Beam in Fargo signal a new and enlightened qualitative shift in the spaces and places of gay life or a mollification of queer social practices?
It was, alas, also a vision at odds with Obama's message of higher taxes, bigger government and international mollification.
Art isn't only capable of such mollification, it already provides as much, whether we are conscious of it or not.
That class played an important role in the mollification or abolition of autoritarian regimes, and in the emergence and stabilization of liberal democracies.
For example, it would hardly be adequate to confine our understanding simply to an Aristotelian emphasis on equity as a mollification of the law.
their mollification targets are not just greedy local creditors but also