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For $62,500, the county could move the statue and just maybe satisfy — or at least mollify — all sides.
THE CONFEDERACY’S FINAL RESTING PLACEMARC FISHERMAY 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Buccaneers’ ability to recruit and mollify Brady while winning a championship illustrated a new line teams may have to straddle.
AS AARON RODGERS SAGA SHOWS, KEEPING A FRANCHISE QB HAPPY IS ALMOST AS IMPORTANT AS FINDING ONEADAM KILGOREMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Meanwhile the Athenian and Rhodian envoys got hold of the consul and tried by ingenious arguments to mollify his anger.
THE HISTORIES OF POLYBIUS, VOL. II (OF 2)POLYBIUS
This, of course, did not tend to mollify the spirit of the man to whom it was written, or to make him gracious towards his wife.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
This treatise was presented to Prince Maurice; but it did not mollify the indignation he had conceived against the Remonstrants.
THE LIFE OF THE TRULY EMINENT AND LEARNED HUGO GROTIUSJEAN LVESQUE DE BURIGNY
We shall see if this will mollify the tone of the Times which ill-treated poor Lord Grey shamefully yesterday morning.
MEMOIRS OF THE DUCHESSE DE DINO V.1/3, 1831-1835DOROTHY DUCHESSE DE DINO
His explanation that he was Bellerophon, the stick Pegasus, and the cats the three heads of the Chimra failed to mollify me.
MOTHERING ON PERILOUSLUCY S. FURMAN
The Marquis's acquittal did not, it seems, mollify his bitterness toward Roosevelt.
ROOSEVELT IN THE BAD LANDSH. HAGEDORN.
And how far their influence went to mollify public sentiment concerning them, will be considered in its appropriate place.
HISTORY OF THE NEGRO RACE IN AMERICA FROM 1619 TO 1880. VOL 1GEORGE W. WILLIAMS
Thus unhappily environed, our only recourse is to seek to mollify the king.
A PRINCE OF ANAHUACJAMES A. PORTER

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