- jaw (Wiktionary)
“Zambians dismiss empty talk as more of the same "jaw-jaw.”
“His actions, rather than his occasionally bombastic words, reveal a president more interested in jaw-jaw than war-war.”
“Churchill is supposed to have said that "jaw-jaw" is always better than "war-war", but he never had to read Woodward on the subject.”
“Winston Churchill famously said, "It is better to jaw-jaw than war-war.”
“Those of us who have been "jaw-jaw"-ing have even more items to talk about.”
“But unless our dialogues are conducted not only in the respect that we are all people of faith -- the real ground we all share -- but also a quest to find the truth together, "jaw-jaw" will eventually be silenced, and new wars of religion will become inevitable.”
“Christians and Muslims need to jaw-jaw a lot more, a lot more deeply, and more sincerely, if we are to be people on the road to peace.”
“Since jaw-jaw is always better than war-war, the G-20 meeting in South Korea at the weekend must be considered a success.”
“Sometimes a canny silence is better than either jaw-jaw or war-war.”
“Well, everybody would rather jaw-jaw than war-war.”
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