reconciling

[ UK /ɹˈɛkənsˌa‍ɪlɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛkənˌsaɪɫɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. tending to reconcile or accommodate; bringing into harmony
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How To Use reconciling In A Sentence

  • This demonstrates clearly the problem encountered when reconciling self-determination with territorial integrity and the principle of non-intervention in domestic affairs of States.
  • Even the most creative of accountants would have difficulty reconciling these uncertain credits and debits.
  • It is the impossibility of reconciling these two different worlds that women are literally throwing up. Eating Problems: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Treatment Model
  • Hobbes' view shows progress for reconciling materialism, determinism and free will, but it is unsatisfactory.
  • This demonstrates clearly the problem encountered when reconciling self-determination with territorial integrity and the principle of non-intervention in domestic affairs of States.
  • Often the synthesis, though adequately reconciling the previous thesis and antithesis, will turn out to be one-sided in some other respect.
  • Europe of the Roman Law (from the twelfth century) to disavow judicial precedent as a source of law, though in reconciling Roman law with custom, judicial ac - ceptance of custom was recognized. LEGAL PRECEDENT
  • This strategy for reconciling ascriptions of perfect goodness and omnipotence to God might be judged effective as long as three important theistic beliefs about God's power were respected by any such restriction.
  • All East German tax records were integrated into those of West Germany and officials have ever since been painstakingly reconciling the two systems.
  • For travel transactions, cardholders are responsible for reconciling their statements each month and filing vouchers within 15-30 days of travel.
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