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His great work was Conciliator Differentiarum, an attempt to reconcile physicians and philosophers.
A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOLUME 2(OF 5)HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS
As a conciliator, Longpre quieted them as well as he could and went to knock at Fortiers housedoor.
THE HERO OF THE PEOPLEALEXANDRE DUMAS
We have adverted to the lofty moral and humanitarian significance of Jewish history in its role as conciliator.
JEWISH HISTORYS. M. DUBNOW
Lady Cayley had not seen it; but she had seen herself for one beautiful moment as the benignant and inspired conciliator.
THE HELPMATEMAY SINCLAIR
The Archbishop was well fitted to act this part of a conciliator.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Is'nt that a frantic conciliation of differences, and one which might have done honor to Petrus d'Abano, the Conciliator, himself?
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 3 NO 2, FEBRUARY 1863VARIOUS
The book referred to in it is his principal work, Conciliator differentiarum quæ inter philosophos et medicos versantur.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF BROWNINGARTHUR SYMONS
The board is presided over by a trained government official, the regional chairman, who acts as a conciliator.
UNDER FOUR ADMINISTRATIONSOSCAR S. STRAUS
Here the referendum shows itself as the conciliator of nationalities.
RACES AND IMMIGRANTS IN AMERICAJOHN R. COMMONS
I took upon me the office of conciliator, which I had before discharged with success.
MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, COMPLETELOUIS ANTOINE FAUVELET DE BOURRIENNE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO CONCILIATOR

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