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In 1603 he made peace, only to become involved in other, still more, serious difficulties.
As a nation we have made peace and war; as a nation we have vanquished our common enemies; as a nation we have formed alliances, and made treaties, and entered into various compacts and conventions with foreign states.
Two of Scotland's most famous clan enemies have made peace - 500 years after a famous battle.
Was the person who passed away someone who hadn't made peace in their lifetime?
He quoted Foreign Minister Shaikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan saying recently that if Israel made peace with the Palestinians, it would enjoy more relations with the GCC than it does at present with Europe.
When asked about Real's late interest, he insisted he had not even asked his advisors about it because he had made up his mind to stay, and has made peace with Liverpool, the report said.
Summary: Melbourne: Australian and Sri Lankan players officially made peace following a fiery end to their .
The two nations made peace in 1979 and the accord has been a major stabilizing factor in the volatile region.
THE hierarchy of Ireland's Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) yesterday made peace with the British establishment when the Queen set foot on the hallowed turf of its Dublin headquarters.
But the Russian striker says he has made peace with Redknapp and feels wanted at last.
AFTER a bitter eight-year row, it seems Angelina Jolie has finally made peace with her actor dad Jon Voight.
He just shook his head "no," so I made peace with being cold for a little longer.