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This raises the possibility that it could step in if the administration proves too acquiescent.
CONGRESS MAY HAVE TO ACT TO PUNISH SAUDI ARABIADAVID WIGHTMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He grew listless and indifferent, acquiescent in these steep efforts that the next moment must throw away.
MURDER IN ANY DEGREEOWEN JOHNSON
Sleeping or waking, resisting or acquiescent, Pierre's head was in serious danger, if it threatened lise.
BLUE GOOSEFRANK LEWIS NASON
When that happened which was appointed to happen, it must find him not only acquiescent but serene and undisturbed.
THE HISTORY OF SIR RICHARD CALMADYLUCAS MALET
These achievements often leave me a little cold, intellectually acquiescent, nothing more.
IMPRESSIONS AND COMMENTSHAVELOCK ELLIS
For how long content—content is not the word: despairingly acquiescent—theres no word to express that—I can noway tell.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
I felt in her all the heaviness of the acquiescent since Time began.
MY LITTLE SISTERELIZABETH ROBINS
This time Eleanor's hesitation was not entirely acquiescent.
MANSLAUGHTERALICE DUER MILLER
"Which will not be for some years to come," said Mrs. Ryle, feeling pleased with the boy's acquiescent spirit.
TREVLYN HOLDMRS. HENRY WOOD
With an acquiescent gesture, John Ryder tapped the table with his gavel and rose to address his fellow directors.
THE LION AND THE MOUSECHARLES KLEIN
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