Entrepreneurs with any survival instinct should probably have whipround to establish a new organisation willing to fight the battle of ideas, to put forward a cogent moral message, not insipid placatory
While she began the video on a placatory
note thanking a section of the media and audience for their unstinting support towards her career and her life, she turned nasty in the following minutes calling them names like 'pseudo journalists'.
More like the vengeful Yahweh of the Old Testament than the Lamb of the New, Nugent demands placatory
sacrifice (235-36) and remains intangible throughout, the "Nolly May Tangerine" of childish misapprehension (101-3; 250).
Words of Chairman Jerry and they were always placatory
- the sort of thing you might read on a tea towel."
Opposition politics, particularly among the broader black community, converted itself into active resistance, away from the placatory
politics of delegation and quiet diplomacy.
Whenever I hear another report about the impact of screen time and what it's doing to their little brains I inwardly cringe, thinking of countless dinners where the screen was used as a placatory
'Despite the manifestations of fear and guilt in the Semai response to storms, the other salient feature is that the rituals [blood sacrifices] are not entirely placatory
[...] For Semai despise and trick Nkuu' [the thunder god] as well as fear him' (Dentan 2002:159).
The Prime Minister had been placatory
. She had accepted there must be compromises.
What do not help the farmers are vain, placatory
In April 2016, the Punjab government also chimed in with a placatory
package of Rs200bn.
People in general, I noticed it, were a little afraid of us, now and again I detected it in their eyes, a worried, placatory
, doggie sort of look, or else a resentful glare, furtive and sullen.
" tokens and refers to an onomastic "primal