In April 2016, the Punjab government also chimed in with a placatory
package of Rs200bn.
words are usually spoken by a wedding planner to calm a jittery bride.
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.
primitive religion is concerned with external and placatory
acts that do not intend to transform the heart [.
announcements followed a series of increasingly vitriolic attacks between Thoc and the auditor-general last week which culminated on Friday with audit service officials being turned away from Thoc headquarters when they turned up to collect the accounts covering the production of Antigone.
Aside from a few placatory
words in the press Rosberg gave every indication that nothing had changed - and he would do the same again.
So almost all our prayers are orders to God couched in some placatory
or supplicatory words.
Symington suggests that primitive religion is concerned with survival, with external and placatory
acts towards a god, to please the one in power, and this primitive mental attitude still exists in all forms of religious life.
Diplomats in Kyiv are becoming increasingly distraught with regard to the placatory
attitude of Ukrainian leaders.
It's hurtful when people say we don't do our jobs properly," he said in one of the more placatory
tweets he sent when trying to back-pedal from his "threat".
FOLLOWING a frank assessment of Sunderland's defeat at Bournemouth on Saturday, which left him "very, very angry", Dick Advocaat spied a vending machine in the press room and politely requested a placatory
Bassita is a placatory
term, meaning "never mind" (think: Don't Worry, Be Happy).