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    1. devastated … not only because she’d messed him about, but because he threw us out of the window because of her … y’see, I reckon he was hoping that we’d be reconciled … we were friends, him an’ me, best friends … he once said that any woman he married would have to accept that I came with the package, I reckon he thought that as Joanna was a friend of mine anyway, it would make the whole thing easier

    2. up a dialogue with her husband and reconciled with

    3. As the morning light etched its way across the valley, she reconciled her thoughts

    4. His industry was paramount to their recent successes in the market and, he decided, if they were unwilling to part with him again so soon, he reconciled himself to beginning fresh with one of their rivals

    5. road – reconciled with his sin and a contented man once

    6. group he’d abandoned and reconciled himself to their slow

    7. I’ll never see him in this life; we can never become reconciled

    8. Their thoughts answered, 'The boon of the Enthilesté could not be reconciled on one's own; too much to learn; too much responsibility; too much to handle without a guide

    9. „Suicide of the West," permits Western Civilization to be reconciled to its dissolution

    10. Now that you are a separated (reconciled) father, one of the more difficult tasks could be keeping a peaceful relationship with your children's mother

    1. 14 For he is our peace, who hath made both one, and hath broken down the middle wall of partition between us; 15 having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances; for to make in himself of twain one new man, so making peace; 16 and that he might reconcile both unto God in one body by the cross, having slain the enmity thereby: 17 and came and preached peace to you which were afar off, and to them that were nigh

    2. How do we reconcile meekness with Jesus flipping tables?

    3. He was sifting the data in various ways, trying to reconcile it with observed course corrections in the impactors

    4. Before too long, you will be forced to reconcile the idea that not everything in this world has an explanation

    5. desperate struggle to reconcile himself with what had happened here

    6. Your question on Saturday, how does an individual reconcile the Reincarnation of Jesus Christ with diverse Peoples and Cultures who knew or knew Him not, far exceeds my capacity to explain although I would like to give it a try

    7. ) Perhaps the Word, in whatever manner it is applied, provided that it is in keeping with its Spirit, will ultimately reconcile us all to Christ

    8. in the ability to reconcile this inner world

    9. ‖ A society that is either unable or unwilling to properly reconcile the Past with the Present, or has historical axes to grind, however, cannot properly evolve into something more meaningful

    10. Addendum to the above: The greatest risk to an individual‘s spiritual well-being lies in theological assumptions seeking to reconcile what that individual understands to be (private) matters of conscience and what God (otherwise) expects from His followers

    1. church of reconciling belief with reasoning, just after it

    2. Staunch believers of fate have a hard time reconciling with this gift of free will, which implies the future is yet to be determined

    3. Learning informs an inquisitive mind by shaping unformed thoughts and opinions and providing form and substance to ideas while reconciling the diametrical dynamics of intellect and passion

    4. Reconciling the past in an (intellectually) honest… forthright manner… embracing… without bias or prejudice… or colored by

    5. The problem lies in reconciling the manner an individual is said to behave rather than react (a subtle, yet very important distinction) to pre-conditioning designs exclusive of free will

    6. Let her enjoy the hot-seat of ‘power,’ reconciling impossibly contradictory demands from all quarters

    7. W - "It might look like a lot, but I was reconciling your bank account and I stopped by the real estate agent this morning and saw the house we had looked at last year

    8. You should be reconciling your salary expense with your payroll report, reconciling

    9. 20 And when he has made an end of reconciling the holy place, and the tabernacle of the congregation, and the altar, he shall bring the live goat:

    10. 20 And when he hath made an end of reconciling the holy place, and the tabernacle of the congregation, and the altar, he shall

    1. create the world and intelligence reconciles the two and causes

    2. It reconciles this verse with

    3. One never truly reconciles without some

    4. solution is to find an interface between cost and risk that reconciles temporary inequalities

    5. This reconciles all attempts to understand your own spirituality

    6. It reconciles itself with the human definition of right; with the human sense of equity

    7. It reconciles itself with the human definition of right; with the human sense of equity

    8. It reconciles itself with the human definition of right; with the human sense of equity

    9. And to-day and ever so stands, as blender, uniter, tightly holding hands, Which he will never release until he reconciles the two,

    10. The footnote reconciles the difference between GAAP taxes on earnings (known as the income tax provision) and the amount of tax paid to the IRS (known as current taxes)

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    reconcile in English

    pacify settle conciliate placate accord assuage propitiate convince resign submit content win over attune harmonise harmonize compose make up

    Синонимы для "reconcile"

    harmonise harmonize reconcile accommodate conciliate resign submit make up patch up settle pacify placate accord assuage propitiate convince content win over attune compose