(1) Would you ever pacify angry clients by giving them extra hours at no charge?(2) We need to pacify the population and win them to our side before any serious nation-building can take place.(3) A plumber was stabbed in the chest and died within minutes when he tried to pacify an angry man armed with a knife outside a public house, a jury was told.(4) In the film starring Paul Hogan, the hero uses his skills to pacify an angry water buffalo standing in the way of his vehicle.(5) he had to pacify angry spectators(6) In an attempt to pacify the Irish, the British establishment made a number of concessions aimed at enabling tenant farmers to become the owners of the land they so diligently tilled.(7) The traffic policeman, who arrives late, tries to pacify everyone.(8) Even Mr Deshpande's apology failed to pacify him.(9) Linn's book is a detailed operational history of military action to pacify and restore order to the islands.(10) ├ö├ç├┐Hey calm down├ö├ç├û I tried to pacify him, but before I knew it, I was up against the door, held at the collar.(11) The government must realize that brute force alone will not pacify the restive region.(12) I managed to pacify her, eventually, with the aid of a little Carnation milk, and the starling got bored with being a telephone and went back to teasing the yellowhammer by imitating his song.(13) The Spanish increased their efforts to pacify northern Morocco, and a new road between Fez and Rabat aided French penetration.(14) A humble man, he decided to open Lakay to street children after wondering why he always gave them a few cents to pacify them instead of listening to their needs.(15) There is no doubt that the kind of personnel required to invade a country and the kind needed to pacify a nation are two different breeds.(16) As a result, the authorities needed three more years to pacify the country.