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become reconciled with (someone or something)

To forgive, accept, or make peace with someone, something, or some situation. I haven't spoken to my brother in 10 years, but I still hope to become reconciled with him some day.
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reconcile oneself to something

to grow to feel comfortable with an undesirable or challenging situation. John reconciled himself to living alone. Anne reconciled herself to having to wear glasses.
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reconcile something with something

to bring something into harmony, accord, or balance with something. The accountants were not able to reconcile the expense claims with the receipts that had been turned in. I can't reconcile your story with those of the other witnesses.
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Dorothea attempts to break free of those limits commonly ascribed to the social lot of women, but the strength of 'her full nature' (896) is diverted by marriage, and she is 'absorbed into the life of another' (894) impelled by the conditions of her day, but she does not relinquish her search for goodness and greatness, and reconciles herself to being satisfied with less than she aspired to.
Allow a purchasing card to be assigned to an SAP Purchase Order and efficiently reconcile the resulting transaction in SAP's FI module; and
According to Seth Bruder, Webalo's chief technology officer and co-founder, the existence of a User Proxy fundamentally transforms the service-oriented architecture into a true "user-oriented architecture" that reconciles SOA with the other paradigm shift occurring in software -- what some are calling "Web 2.
By employing the DG network to handle and distribute advertising content and ConfirMedia technology to electronically detect airplay and mediate and reconcile advertising campaigns simultaneously, a one-of-a-kind solution will exist for national, regional and local advertisers as well as all electronic mediums.
Pantero can provide companies with the ability to reconcile the inherent data inconsistencies between enterprise business systems within service-oriented architectures (SOAs).
Today, companies solve the data interoperability problem by hand coding special rules to reconcile differences in data, a process that accounts for $19 billion in annual labor costs across the industry and creates an IT architecture that is expensive to maintain and resistant to change.
With Siperian Activity Server and DB2 Information Integrator, businesses can reliably integrate and reconcile the widely dispersed customer data that resides in enterprise applications as well as unstructured document collections across channels, geographies and business units.
the eProvisioning Company(TM), today introduced eProvision(TM) Role-Out, the industry's first identity consolidation service that intelligently interprets, normalizes and reconciles data to provide clean federated identities for provisioning and identity management systems.
Unlike point-to-point integration tools, SchemaServer reconciles all the schema and metadata specifications used within an enterprise, creating agreed-upon definitions that can by pushed out to interconnected systems, so they work as one," said Andrei Ovchinnikov, CEO of SchemaLogic.
In addition, SILC automatically updates and reconciles each depot's database of inventory with data captured from each physical asset.
SchemaLogic develops SchemaServer, which reconciles and manages system-specific schema, creating an enterprise schema or meta-schema stored in an active repository.
T-Recs(R) uses the balance of a store's POS activity as the expected deposit and reconciles that figure with the actual deposit reported by the bank.
The company also gathers monthly brokerage and custodial bank statements, as well as those from money managers, and reconciles the statements to WealthTouch's proprietary portfolio accounting and integrated general ledger accounting systems.
Because Abeo understands the complex relationships among customers, services and network elements, it reconciles data discrepancies and creates a consolidated view of the CSP's entire business.