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If Western nations take part, it will be clear nothing has been learnt from the dreadful mistakes of appeasing Hitler.
In fact, many AIPAC lobbyists have compared restarting talks with Palestinians and a settlement freeze to the international community appeasing Hitler in 1938 by giving him Czechoslovakia.
When it comes to appeasing Communist China, the Bush team picked up where the Clinton administration left off.
When humans practice cannibalism, generally it's for complex psychological reasons, such as appeasing gods or honoring ancestors.
In mammals, all nursing mothers produce a substance, called appeasing hormone, from around the mammary glands.
What we can't do is enter into a negotiation right away where we are appeasing them.'
He recalled pre-World War Two Europe and the "dreadful mistake" of appeasing Hitler by Britain and France.
Researchers found company managers sometimes have concerns that may tempt them to pad earnings--for example, improving their bonuses, appeasing shareholders or lienholders or both and attracting potential investors.
But government racial policies of the past three decades were more concerned with ending racial inequality, a direct result of centuries of exploitation and discrimination, and less concerned with appeasing the advantaged white population.
Such cosmological vision finds its echo in the Shinto rituals that surrounded the house's construction, appeasing the gods and locating its place in the universal scheme.
While trade agreements have the political benefit of appeasing the mercantilist mindset by forcing "concessions" out of other nations, they are not good enough.
The president's decision may succeed in appeasing Rep.