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1. Can't you two just bury the hatchet?
2. Holly McPeak and Nancy Reno hope to bury the hatchet long enough to bring home the gold.
3. All right! Let's bury the hatchet and be friends.
4. If I were you, I'd bury the hatchet.
5. The two countries decided to finally bury the hatchet.
6. Expressions such as play possum, bury the hatchet and go on the warpath became common.
7. Just bury the hatchet and go have a drink together!
8. After not speaking to each other for years, the two brothers decided to bury the hatchet.
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9. Will the time never come when we may honorably bury the hatchet?
10. Will the time never come when we may honourably bury the hatchet?
11. Mumbai-based tour operator has launched "divorce tourism" packages, designed to get spouses who have fallen out of love to bury the hatchet, the Hindustan Times reported.
12. Today, however, after six decades apart, the present day bosses are to bury the hatchet in a highly symbolic display of reconciliation, shaking hands as part of a pioneering peace initiative.
13. A Mumbai-based tour operator has launched "divorce tourism" packages, designed to get spouses who have fallen out of love to bury the hatchet, the Hindustan Times reported.
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