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A recently announced strategy overhaul did little to appease its critics.

It won’t bring back our dead, and it won’t appease our families,” he said.

The design revisions unveiled Thursday were not an attempt to appease critics.

He said a special ritual would be conducted later to appease the mountain spirit.

Pessimists saw a shortsighted effort to appease Wall Street’s hunger for higher margins.

He warned that senators migh

t be tempted to appease Faison to get some of his millions.

In the past, the Gulf leaders rushed to appease through commercial and military contracts.

And in order to appease them, they spent money: $550 per month for

every unemployed person.

Some claim governments are putting on a feign of supporting women to appease the West.

Its roots lie in a Frisian tradition which was designed to appease the heathen god Wotan.

Feeding a c

ow is seen by many Hindus as a way to appease the gods and get one's wishes fulfilled.

In response to continuing protests, the Syrian government announced several plans to appease citizens.

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