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In many cases residents must lie on the floor or create barricades to hide from stray bullets as they wait for a truce.
She is a walking metaphor for what Paravisini-Gebert describes as “the colonial space,” which is “a bifurcated, ambivalent space, where the familiar and unfamiliar mingle in an uneasy truce.”
Apple and Facebook have called a temporary truce in one of several fights between the two tech giants.
Do I recognize the right of the persons from whom you come to send me a flag of truce?
Then that ominous silence was broken by Castleman's call: "Bearer of flag of truce!"
It is possible that the "truce" so earnestly desired by Jefferson was arranged.
But the primary feeling was that it was the South that had broken the truce.
Society should make a truce occasionally, or proclaim an amnesty with offenders of our stamp.
"A truce to that," she replied, waving her hand with an air of assumed majesty.
Party spirit has rarely run higher in any commonwealth than in Holland during these memorable debates concerning a truce.
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