He therefore dismissed her with assurances that he would very soon remove her out of the reach of that obloquy she had incurred; concluding with some additional documents, in which he recommended repentance, saying, "Consider, child, there is one still to reconcile yourself to
, whose favour is of much greater importance to you than mine."
Can you reconcile yourself to
our quiet, regular life?
You may have to reconcile yourself to
dipping into your wallet again.
Reconcile yourself to
having to deal with opposing views.
You must reconcile yourself to
the idea so that it may accept you and obey you to move upward together to more sublime, chaste, and just concepts.
However, she added, reconciliation in an unbalanced power relationship often means "reconcile yourself to
the place that we've assigned to you."
Nevertheless, ultimately, you will have to reconcile yourself to
paying a not insignificant amount of money for your lease extension.
But once you reconcile yourself to
the fact that the talking points on the Swiss side will be poverty, dirt and diversity, and from the Indian side, the jokes will be about Bollywood and Swiss bank accounts, it's plain sailing.
"It's hard to reconcile yourself to
divorce," admits Reese.
MJ: You say that you don't relish violence but you can reconcile yourself to
its use, in cases such as apartheid South Africa or Sani Abacha.
Spend as little time as possible around the toilets, and just reconcile yourself to
the fact that you will be following the most unpleasant person in the world into the traps;
However, it is possible to be "gay" and to "vacation" (if not "gay-vacation" per se) happily and safely in much of the Caribbean--provided you're realistic about your expectations and reconcile yourself to
the cultural, social, and political realities of your island destination.
"If you are Aboriginal you'll face what has happened to you and find some way to reconcile yourself to
it, and if you are not Native you will face what was done to us and find some way to reconcile yourself to
``I didn't have anything to forgive him for -he was doing his job and I was doing mine,''he says.``I think you have to reconcile yourself to
the fact that this is war,and war takes its toll on people.
Times to reconcile yourself to
certain facts: some things will happen; some things just won't.