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The situation has left Adidas and numerous other companies trying to walk the line of appeasing China’s large and valuable audience of shoppers while professing a zero-tolerance policy for forced labor to customers in the US and Europe.
Many blame the prime minister for appeasing voters’ wishes over protecting them.
It’s possible Laschet could pull Germany back from some environmental commitments if he becomes chancellor — although he also could feel pressure to appease the Greens should they gain seats in the September elections.
CAN GERMANY LEAD WITHOUT MERKEL?NICK FOURIEZOSAPRIL 14, 2021OZY
A month later, Sulake announced the return of an older version of “Habbo” through a downloadable client, a temporary workaround to appease an unhappy player base before the full transition.
The censor board was appeased, and so were conservative activist groups, and a winning formula was born.
In the time of destruction they shall pour out their force: and they shall appease the wrath of him that made them.
Some affirm that he wrote to please royalty, but if so why did he not condemn the custom to appease the wrath of a sapient king.
This policy is necessary to appease the opposition that might be interposed in their behalf.
An angry controversy resulted, to appease which Theodosius the younger assembled the Council of Ephesus.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Andrea held up her hand to appease the patrician, whose exaggeration annulled his superiority.
BALSAMO, THE MAGICIANALEXANDER DUMAS

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