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  • adjective Capable of being reconciled.


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  • Afghanistan during this parliamentary term, the UK will continue to build on its attempts to negotiate a political settlement with the 'reconciliable' elements of the Taliban.

  • As far as possible, this ruling intellect tries to make practicably reconciliable the social system of the State with the Constitution of the Confederacy, from which it finds it inconvenient to make itself, alone, independent.

    A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States; With Remarks on Their Economy

  • "What is important is detaching those who are reconciliable and who are willing to be part of the future of the country from those who are irreconciliable," said Gates.

    The Canberra Times

  • "These two types of production are very well reconciliable.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • process for engagement with reconciliable Taliban outside a governmental framework.

    The Guardian World News


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