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- adj. that reconciles
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Serving or tending to reconcile.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Able or tending to reconcile.
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Although the location of the fictive city between recalls the reconciliatory tone from the tempietti below, the imagery of the east wall alludes even more directly to one of several themes that enlace the studiolo.
What is more, Oothoon's metaphor of visual or visionary copulation mitigates against the dualism of an Enlightenment philosophy that represents mentality rather than biology as "characteristic of the human and ... what is 'fully and authentically' human" (Plumwood 169); for, by conceptualizing aesthetic apprehension in terms of sexual communion, her metaphor strives imaginatively to bring human biological and mental aspects into a kind of reconciliatory unison.
Observers described Sarkozy's speech as "reconciliatory", but Clinton's promises received less enthusiasm, with some NGOs describing it as weak, and with too many strings attached.
The sources described the mood of the meeting as "reconciliatory" as Raila seemed to have ceded ground.
"reconciliatory" talks about the future, and Commonwealth chief Don
Hamas has often been accused of making reconciliatory pronouncements in English, and very militant ones in Arabic.
Simply put, she embodies the need for an inclusive and reconciliatory peace process in Afghanistan and, more broadly, women's inclusion in peace-making processes throughout the world.
Simply put, she embodies the need for an inclusive and reconciliatory peace process in Afghanistan and, more broadly, women
"If the military is opposed to the party's so-called reconciliatory policy toward outside world, the military might take a kind of provocative action against South Korea or outside world," he said.
He says if Pyongyang adopts a reconciliatory approach toward South Korea for economic gain, the division between the military's old guard and the new political leaders could widen.