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use "appease" in a sentence

The Council had completed a recount of 10% percent of the overall votes in order to appease the citizens of Iran.

To appease jean's desire for action, Warren organized X-Factor.

It had recently shown some interest in coming to an understanding with our people, but had not
has no apparent relation to Charles Xavier.

In order to explain this type of "apparent" evil, Mu'tazilis relied on the Islamic doctrine of taklif - that life is a test for beings possessing free will, i.e., the capacity for choice.

It was remade for the shark to get stabbed with the bow sprit and explode for no apparent reason.

Anti-Semitism in daily life is widely apparent in Argentina.

queen Yolande declared herself pregnant with the King's heir, but it soon became apparent that this was not the case, and Alexander's three-year-old granddaughter Margaret was recognised as heir.

If the apparent field of view is known, the actual field of view can be calculated from the following approximate formula: : ::or : where: is the actual field of view, calculated in the unit of angular measurement in which is provided.

Furthermore, a Data Loss Event may not be immediately apparent.

No apparent weapons have been seen to be used by this ship.

On the roof of police headquarters, Commissioner Gordon laments the apparent loss of Batman as the Bat-Signal shines brightly.

cessation of RACA As the Depression took hold in 1928, it was apparent to both the NRMA and RACA that the two organisations were pursuing similar goals and duplicating services that might be combined.

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