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From gang-imposed curfews in Brazil’s favelas to South Africa, where gangs have embraced a truce and cooperated in the distribution of humanitarian aid, they’ve been helping hands.
Soonja seems unable to win him over, until they reach a truce—the specifics of which involve a plot detail that’s best left unrevealed.
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.
But at ten o'clock in the evening a flag of truce arrived offering a capitulation.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Truce now, Gregory; and consider how we can best dispose ourselves here, till the morning.
Openly, Edward maintained due observance of the truce, and by the middle of September 1320, had taken steps towards a final peace.
He proclaimed the truce publicly before Seton 'and a great assembly of people.'
He presently confirmed the thirteen years' truce (February 15), and appointed envoys to treat for final peace (March 4).

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