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1) It is sometimes difficult to reconcile science and religion.
2) Must they reconcile themselves to their fate?
3) It was hard to reconcile his career ambitions with the needs of his children.
4) All efforts to reconcile her with her husband were in vain.
5) It's difficult to reconcile the demands of my job and the desire to be a good father.
6) You must reconcile yourself to your present job.
7) Could you reconcile yourself to a lifetime of unemployment?
8) I can't reconcile those two ideas.
9) It's difficult to reconcile such different points of view.
10) They can't reconcile their differences.
11) How can you reconcile your fur coat and/with your love of animals?
12) She must reconcile herself to the fact that she must do some work if she wants to pass her exams.
13) Since we couldn't reconcile our difference,[http://sentencedict.com/reconcile.html]we decided to get a divorce.
14) He could not reconcile himself to the prospect of losing her.
15) Bevan tried to reconcile British socialism with a wider international vision.
16) He tried to reconcile his father to the idea of the wedding.
17) It is difficult to reconcile one's statements with one's conduct.
18) Negotiators must now work out how to reconcile these demands with American demands for access.
19) Each month we reconcile our check book with the bank statement.
20) She could not reconcile herself to a life of hardship and poverty.
21) Demeter, however, refuses to reconcile Herself.
22) The Comintern Congress was trying to reconcile its revolutionary past with the necessity of gaining support from constitutional parties.
23) Management must reconcile differences in approach, effort, interest and timing of these separate individuals and groups.
24) The Court of Appeal has struggled to reconcile the two decisions but has come in for criticism.
25) There are those who wish to reconcile everybody concerned; but they are dreamers.
26) Chambers hoped to reconcile those readers with religious qualms to the general idea of transmutation.
27) Auguste flashed around busily, trying to reconcile these people with Rose's cat burglar.
28) How can we reconcile the low frequency of expressions of emotional involvement in election campaigns with the high frequency of antagonistic partisanship?
29) The teacher in charge of our class had to reconcile disputes among the students.
30) Being shackled to one epoch meant it had to change and adapt but try to reconcile this with harsh realities.
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