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1. Suraj tried to pacify Joshi.
2. This also failed to pacify her.
3. Pacify her, if thou lovest me!.
4. This seemed to pacify the followers of.
5. Padmasambhava was able to pacify the non-.
6. Look, Chinna, I said trying to pacify him.
7. To pacify her, I held the casement ajar a few seconds.

8. Yyyes Sir, I do, he said, attempting to pacify him.
9. So that she herself began trying to pacify and comfort him.
10. I tried to pacify her, and at last succeeded, and she lay quiet.
11. It was to pacify Fritzing that Priscilla came down to breakfast.
12. In other words, get Whitehall off our backs and pacify the Chinese.
13. So far, the only way to pacify him would be to give in to his wishes.
14. What did you see son? Ward calmly asks, trying to pacify his son.
15. Soon there’ll be no need to pacify your misguided sense of morality.
16. Rochester had given was merely an invention framed to pacify his guests.
17. This delay is an effective and sure remedy to pacify the flames of anger.
18. Me, I can pacify an over-mighty beast with the piano even if it has body-armor.
19. Sexual yearnings that she was able to pacify in her own special manner and style.
20. Met Ed offered a spokesman to pacify the people, but he had no public relations skills.
21. When the reunion is over I’ll pacify Chuck with free boxes of cups for his restaurant.
22. I discovered quickly that there was absolutely nothing I could do that would ever pacify them.
23. Charlie waddled forward, shielding them, raising his arms in an apparent attempt to pacify Laura.
24. Pacify: To appease; to bring or restore to a state of peace or tranquility: or, to have quiet; calm.
25. To pacify this invisible power, Tom had to become the moral owner of these doubtful thousand dollars.
26. Harry tries to pacify her He's right there girl, Bob tried to muscle in on the deal with the villas.
27. A man should cultivate the spiritual origin and at the same time to pacify and transform the material.
28. Yes, sa compagne called me, and I tried to pacify him, he's very ill and was dissatisfied with the doctor.
29. So to pacify him, I accepted a raki whereupon he raised his glass to me, grinning his winning grin, 'My friend.
30. She feeds them, takes them to the vet when they are sick, neuters them to pacify them and keep their numbers down.
31. IT SEEMED THE ONLY NEWS STORIES WE READ WERE ABOUT atrocities or how impossible it was going to be to pacify Ramadi.
32. Warren Peace from completing his bid to pacify Afghanistan and squelch any plans to pacify the rest of the Muslim world.
33. There are many ways to pacify a population, cheap entertainment and social complaining are two simple contemporary examples.
34. But she could not pacify herself with these reflections; a feeling akin to remorse troubled her when she thought of her visit.
35. It seemed the only news stories we read were about atrocities or how impossible it was going to be to pacify Ramadi.
36. Julia wavered; but was he only trying to soothe and pacify her, and make her overlook the previous affront? She distrusted him.
37. How is that? Because, so to say, I give him, to a certain extent, a definite status; for, by putting him in prison, I pacify him.
38. She needed to wipe them; she did not want to be seen crying by her family, so she hurried inside the lake house to pacify herself.
39. We could hear Glaze striving to pacify Patrick – because it could only be him – and Patricks increasingly hysterical responses.
40. You have so much to offer intellectually and spiritually! And I say this not because I want to pacify you, but rather convincingly.
41. The commission's somewhat temperate recommendations failed to pacify the agrarian party, which had been battered by plummeting prices.
42. Do let me feel it—it comes straight down the moor—do let me have one breath!’ To pacify her I held the casement ajar a few seconds.
43. It was quite clear to me, that he had come up not to have a gossip with me, and not to pacify my mother cither, but with some other object.
44. In fear and trembling I hastened to tell him every secret to pacify him, that he might see that I had not deceived him and let me off alive.
45. The old woman pushing the cart bent down, gently hefted the infant into her arms, and clucked her tongue to pacify the startled little child.
46. Very frequently it happens, as was the case lately, that the soldiers, who are called upon to pacify the inhabitants, refuse to shoot at them.
47. Now a days, not only did the wall fix itself, but it attempted to pacify the human, too, and usually made an appointment for the nearest psychological therapist.
48. Prospero, shining in his armor, rode among them, trying to pacify them, bidding them trust Count Trocero, urging them to man the wall and aid his knights in defending the city.
49. The pools are clothed with water-lilies and inhabited by eels, and I generally take a netful of writhing eels back with me to the Man of Wrath to pacify him after my prolonged absence.
50. At this rate, he concluded, you’ll not only be the most despotic and bloody dictator in our history, but you’ll shoot my dear friend Úrsula in an attempt to pacify your conscience.
51. Meg flew to rescue Amy, and Beth to pacify Jo, but Jo was quite beside herself, and with a parting box on her sister's ear, she rushed out of the room up to the old sofa in the garret, and finished her fight alone.
52. I have been told a story of a gallant police officer, who came to a village where the peasants were in insurrection and the military had been called out, and he undertook to pacify the insurrection in the spirit of Nicholas I.
53. There was blood around his mouth and he was crying out for the boy to stop but it didn’t seem to pacify the other boy, a gangly blond with bulging joints, who looked about ten and who looked intent to kick him a good while yet.
54. Suppose the government were ever to found a republic, from policy, or to pacify public excitement, and at the same time to increase the power of the governors, then we governors would swallow up the republic; and not the republic only.
55. These priests, called sentinels, were assigned to keep an eye on the wizards under their purview, and to take any measures necessary to pacify the wizards if they ever showed signs of using their magic for anything other than wartime activities.
56. This, however, did not pacify the volunteers; but they appointed certain of their own number, a committee, to attend to the business, and to communicate with the secretary of state direct; intimating, that the members of the committee were those whom they intended to elect for their officers.
57. I immediately called my co-worker who had just slipped out for a short time, but when she did not return at once I called the ambulance, and in the meantime I tried to pacify the client by trying to remember the things that I had been taught by Endeavour trainers at the pre-employment classes.
58. The spirits of the air of Thursday are subject to the south wind; their nature is to procure the love of women, to cause men to be merry and joyful, to pacify strifes and contentions, to appease, enemies, to heal the diseased, and to disease the whole, and procure losses, or restore things lost.
59. The purpose of the gath ering was an open and candid discussion of the need to take Chad and Manuel away from Josie, and the effects of her lesbianism on the whole family, a topic that Roger wanted to avoid because it would reopen a bleeding wound, but which Robert longed for to satisfy and pacify his troubled and agitated mind.
60. A depleted treasury must find creative ways of raising revenue however dry the well in order to pacify the demands of its citizens; engendering more spending promoting a vicious cycle of tax and spending policies sapping the energies and moral vitality of its productive citizens who grow increasingly cynical while the Rabble grows more demanding and the government more obliging.
61. He sent the men to mow some clover for hay, picking out the worst patches where the clover was overgrown with grass and weeds and of no use for seed; again and again they mowed the best acres of clover, justifying themselves by the pretense that the bailiff had told them to, and trying to pacify him with the assurance that it would be splendid hay; but he knew that it was owing to those acres being so much easier to mow.
62. There let me find my heart truly humbled for sin, and sorrowing for it after a godly sort: O that I may there look on him whom I have pierced and mourn, and be in bitterness for him; that there I may sow in tears, and receive a broken Christ into a broken heart: And there let the blood of Christ, which speaks better things than that of Abel, be sprinkled upon my conscience, to purify and pacify that: there let me be assured that thou art reconciled to me, that mine iniquities are pardoned, and that I shall not come into condemnation.
63. The hurt and wounded I pacify with soothing hand,.
1. The only thing pacifying was the fact that I.
2. I was pacifying the boy, his emotions are wounded.
3. Homage to you who have the perfect power of pacifying.
4. Of pacifying, increasing, controlling and wrathful actions.
5. Lorene moved forward and gave him a pacifying kiss on the cheek.
6. Either the kid was right, or Sabina was also a pacifying force.
7. He does this by pacifying obstacles, gathering necessary condi-.
8. The joy of soothing and pacifying, the joy of concord and harmony.
9. Dworkin mostly focuses on the pacifying effects of antidepressant.
10. Murphy's hands immediately went out to either side of him in a pacifying gesture.
11. Castration of males usually has a pacifying effect on aggressive behavior in males.
12. Maria was a few moments in pacifying the young child and putting them back in their.
13. I hardly believ’d him then, but thought him merely pacifying me that I might dye in Peace.
14. I think Ive pretty much grasped the formula for pacifying the public with PAX, the safe and sane drug.
15. Sabina crossed into Mexico while Inacio slept, batting her eyes and pacifying the guards with her promiscuous clothes.
16. That means he was pacifying himself! Taking his own name, he was trying to calm himself down since the child was wailing.
17. Roger did not dare to trust her, at least not yet, for her behavior the last three or four months was still bothering him intensely, though Chad and Manuel’s two weeks rewarding and memorable vacation with him had some pacifying effects.
18. The old prince knew that if he told his daughter she was making a mistake and that Anatole meant to flirt with Mademoiselle Bourienne, Princess Mary’s self-esteem would be wounded and his point (not to be parted from her) would be gained, so pacifying himself with this thought, he called Tikhon and began to undress.
19. The old prince knew that if he told his daughter she was making a mistake and that Anatole meant to flirt with Mademoiselle Bourienne, Princess Mary’s self-esteem would be wounded and his point (not to be parted from her) would be gained, so pacifying himself with this thought, he called Tíkhon and began to undress.
20. But when a man's pulse is healthy and temperate, and when before going to sleep he has awakened his rational powers, and fed them on noble thoughts and enquiries, collecting himself in meditation; after having first indulged his appetites neither too much nor too little, but just enough to lay them to sleep, and prevent them and their enjoyments and pains from interfering with the higher principle--which he leaves in the solitude of pure abstraction, free to contemplate and aspire to the knowledge of the unknown, whether in past, present, or future: when again he has allayed the passionate element, if he has a quarrel against any one--I say, when, after pacifying the two irrational principles, he rouses up the third, which is reason, before he takes his rest, then, as you know, he attains truth most nearly, and is least likely to be the sport of fantastic and lawless visions.
1. But she was pacified at last.
2. She bent her head down and pacified herself.
3. Emily, the naga folk need to be pacified.
4. He will be pacified and will do as you wish.
5. We’re just as pacified as you are when 220.
6. This pacified the Lord and Shri Maharaj moved on.
7. As soon as he had thus pacified a passion which.
8. My neurosis was also pacified, at least until the next.
9. HUM all elaborations are completely pacified in the state.
10. Their squalling and wailing is mostly ignored, or pacified.
11. They traded off every so often until the girls were pacified.
12. The Bollobanes were then pacified with the intent in mind here.
13. My neurosis was also pacified, at least until the next Christmas.
14. And so it went for years, until the world was PAXified and pacified.
15. The following year came the Tsar's army, and the Tartars were pacified.
16. By drinking water, the body heat will be reduced and anger will be pacified.
17. Thinking Stone sent him a beam of blue light that instantly pacified his mind.
18. Carl’s head had been pacified, then their situation would be infinitely more.
19. Mosgliakoff went out from Maria Alexandrovna's house to all appearances quite pacified.
20. There was plenty of evidence: attacks had ratcheted up ever since Fallujah had been pacified.
21. Theresa had a point, although Tom doubted whether she could have pacified Nacho with her piano.
22. Why aren't they pacified by the gift? Even his query had been odds-factored and wagered upon.
23. There was plenty of evidence: attacks had ratcheted up ever since Fallujah had been pacified.
24. The prince was a whole hour soothing and comforting her, and left her, at length, pacified and composed.
25. She sensed trouble but Teller pacified her by assuring her he would not mention her name in any way whatever.
26. Perhaps ’twas an old Quarrel they had, but the Tar, who was a rough Welshman, sounded as if he could ne’er be pacified.
27. The general himself probably could have been bought off, pacified with flatteries, despatched on a diplomatic mission to Europe.
28. But Toad whimpered, and the other two promised that they would be answerable for his good conduct, and at last the Badger was pacified, and the.
29. If Kierd intends to war with them as well, it would be in their best interest to appear as weak as possible � or at least until Narad is pacified.
30. I tried to explain that the Mongols do not enslave those that join them and even those that resist are eventually freed after they have been pacified.
31. One thing must have pacified her for a moment; and that was seeing the two of us, behind the wall, in the midst of that resplendent light, alive and well.
32. With this he pacified them, and again asked the goatherd if it would be possible to find Cardenio, as he felt the greatest anxiety to know the end of his story.
33. As soon as the landlady knew that Semyon Ivanovitch was alive and well, and that there was no need to hunt for his passport, she promptly left off grieving and was pacified.
34. What I see after this war is a strong, pacified Europe that would include a mostly disarmed Germany and that could act as a buffer against any aggressive move by the Soviets.
35. The final word in this vision is given by the Lord Himself or the Angel of the Lord who indicates that those who have traveled to the north country have pacified His wrath there.
36. Though their were threats on Rogers life and the PAX plant, fortunately the drug cartel criminals responsible were pacified along with the rest of the populace and caused little trouble.
37. The rebel movements were effectively pacified for forever and the dictatorial martial law governments ruled the day with little or no opposition to their centralized control over all sectors of life.
38. Finally, then, during those three days, Don Quixote and Sancho provided themselves with what they considered necessary, and Sancho having pacified his wife, and Don Quixote his niece and housekeeper, at.
39. The excited crowd, accustomed to be duped by those in high places, understands not a word that the representative of authority is saying in his official, conventional language, and is by no means pacified.
40. The child hailed the arrival of Slyme with enthusiasm, being so overcome with emotion that he began to shed tears, and was only pacified when the man gave him the jar of sweets and took him out of the chair.
41. Aureliano and Amaranta Úrsula were not aware of the family precedent, nor did they remember Úrsula’s frightening admonitions, and the midwife pacified them with the idea that the tail could be cut off when the child got his second teeth.
42. This promise poorly pacified her; but time was more potent; and though still at intervals she inquired of her father when Linton would return, before she did see him again his features had waxed so dim in her memory that she did not recognise him.
43. This promise poorly pacified her: but time was more potent; and though still at intervals she enquired of her father when Linton would return, before she did see him again his features had waxed so dim in her memory that she did not recognize him.
44. But Toad whimpered, and the other two promised that they would be answerable for his good conduct, and at last the Badger was pacified, and the procession moved on; only this time the Rat brought up the rear, with a firm grip on the shoulder of Toad.
45. But so deep an impression had the rejection of Quiteria made on Camacho's mind that it banished her at once from his thoughts; and so the counsels of the priest, who was a wise and kindly disposed man, prevailed with him, and by their means he and his partisans were pacified and.
46. Camacho and those of his following, therefore, being consoled and pacified, those on Basilio's side were appeased; and the rich Camacho, to show that he felt no resentment for the trick, and did not care about it, desired the festival to go on just as if he were married in reality.
47. Aloft towers the great historical Church—still overpowering the imagination of mankind by its marvels of architecture and of art; revolting their reason and conscience by its representations of the Omnipotent Enemy, whom it dares to denominate GOD; while it exposes Him to ridicule as pacified by the interventions of S.
48. He saw the necessity of inviting the Miss Steeles immediately, and his conscience was pacified by the resolution of inviting his sisters another year; at the same time, however, slyly suspecting that another year would make the invitation needless, by bringing Elinor to town as Colonel Brandon's wife, and Marianne as their visitor.
49. Pacified, they instantly fell asleep again; and Ingram, at least not taking care of their legs, strode out into the corridor, where he stood staring through the open window at midnight nature and cursing himself for not having broken the journey at Bâle, while Ingeborg peeped anxiously at his back round her coat and her umbrella.
50. He saw the necessity of inviting the Miss Steeles immediately, and his conscience was pacified by the resolution of inviting his sisters another year; at the same time, however, slyly suspecting that another year would make the invitation needless, by bringing Elinor to town as Colonel Brandon’s wife, and Marianne as THEIR visitor.
51. With a solid, pacified expression on his tense face that was flooded with perspiration, Preacher Cooper stood dejectedly though with a perfect posture in his same position at the table; his eyes were lost, blank, and seemed focused on the candelabra that lay on the floor, just in front of where the figure had previously stood while confronting the suspects.
52. In short, the curate used such arguments, and Don Quixote did such mad things, that the officers would have been more mad than he was if they had not perceived his want of wits, and so they thought it best to allow themselves to be pacified, and even to act as peacemakers between the barber and Sancho Panza, who still continued their altercation with much bitterness.
53. All having been now pacified and made friends by the persuasion of the Judge and the curate, the servants of Don Luis began again to urge him to return with them at once; and while he was discussing the matter with them, the Judge took counsel with Don Fernando, Cardenio, and the curate as to what he ought to do in the case, telling them how it stood, and what Don Luis had said to him.
54. It was with great difficulty that I got him pacified; but unfortunately the joke was oure good to be forgotten, and when it was afterwards spread abroad, as it happened to take its birth in my house, it was laid to my charge, and many a time was I obligated to tell all about it, and how it couldna be meant for me, but had been incurred by Bailie Pirlet’s conceit of spinning out long perjink speeches.
55. In essence, this is what the treaty says: 'If we take x% from the wealthy and other assorted haves and use it to create some common goods, do you promise not to break store windows, storm corporations' operations, or vigilante stalk the wealthy at their guarded compounds?' This pax, that is offered by the ruling/wealthy class is asking, 'How little do we have to give you, so you'll be pacified and we'll be adored again for our conspicuous extravagance?'.
56. Then, commencing a loud whistling noise, he rubbed them well all over their bodies for several minutes; then, undisturbed by the noisy crowd collected round the broken carriage, Ali quietly harnessed the pacified animals to the count's chariot, took the reins in his hands, and mounted the box, when to the utter astonishment of those who had witnessed the ungovernable spirit and maddened speed of the same horses, he was actually compelled to apply his whip in no very gentle manner before he could induce them to start; and even then all that could be obtained from the celebrated "dappled grays," now changed into a couple of dull, sluggish, stupid brutes, was a slow, pottering pace, kept up with so much difficulty that Madame de Villefort was more than two hours returning to her residence in the Faubourg St.
57. It came about in this wise: the officers were pacified on learning the rank of those with whom they had been engaged, and withdrew from the contest, considering that whatever the result might be they were likely to get the worst of the battle; but one of them, the one who had been thrashed and kicked by Don Fernando, recollected that among some warrants he carried for the arrest of certain delinquents, he had one against Don Quixote, whom the Holy Brotherhood had ordered to be arrested for setting the galley slaves free, as Sancho had, with very good reason,.
1. The gift given in secret pacifies anger, and the repayment into the chest pacifies strong wrath; It is joy for the just to do the judging.
2. Thus, willfully evolving a pause of empathetic understanding pacifies anger or fear into indifference, domesticates it into mutual habitation, and eventually creates, via face to face daily interaction, a collective acceptance of others'.

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