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  • Others are convinced it's an act to keep on good terms with Bush.
  • Really love the specialists here and hope I can keep on good terms with all.
  • It was necessary to keep on good terms with them, and poaching clients would hardly promote that!
  • They also wished to keep on good terms with Iran and other countries suspected of complicity, he said.
  • Some elders claimed it was signed by " Maori government lackeys " who wanted to keep on good terms with the prime minister.
  • Recently, however, he has helped the government keep on good terms with the IMF, which ordered a strict curb on public spending, and approved a number of state sell-offs.
  • Lamberton attended negotiations in 1309 as an " English " envoy, and his skill as a diplomat helped him to keep on good terms with both Edward and Robert.
  • After the unification of Korea by Silla, Tenmu decided to break diplomatic relations with the Tang dynasty of China, evidently in order to keep on good terms with Silla.
  • Rare as it was to keep on good terms with adversaries in those days, Tyrie won praise from such men as David Buchanan, both for his ability and for his courtesy.
  • After his return, he tried to keep on good terms with his father, and in 1772 he married a rich heiress, Marie Marquerite Emilie de Covet, daughter of the marquis de Marignane.
  • She once recalled, " I had . . . quite a lot of trouble with ( the Empress ) and found it very difficult to keep on good terms with her ."
  • Depending on the nature and extent of American unilateralism, it may not always be feasible for Britain to keep on good terms with the United States and its continental partners at the same time.
  • Far from the " pax Britannica " style policing of the 1840s and 1850s, early efforts to suppress the Slave Trade were often ineffectual due to a desire to keep on good terms with other European powers.
  • While in Georgia John married Genoese document dated November 8, 1427 orders the consul at Caffa in the Crimea to keep on good terms with the Emperor of Trebizond for news of John arriving at Caffa had reached Genoa.
  • The ruling Popular Party, looking to keep on good terms with its partners from the region of Catalonia, is set to sanction one of its top members for describing Catalan nationalism as a " tumor, " party members said Wednesday.
  • The ruling Popular Party, looking to keep on good terms with its partners from the region of Catalonia, is set to oust one of its top members for describing Catalan nationalism as a " tumor, " party members said Wednesday.
  • However, the apology was criticized at a Maori council meeting at Motatau, in the Far North, over the weekend, with some elders claiming it was signed by " Maori government lackeys " who wanted to keep on good terms with Bolger.
  • It makes sense for Russia to keep on good terms with neighboring China, but that country's hopes for a rejectionist front against America's missile-defense plans have fallen through _ leading it, perhaps, to seek better relations with the Bush administration too.
  • In the booming spare parts industry, says one leading parts importer, it's essential to keep on good terms with organized crime, know how to revamp a stolen car and pass it off as a newer model, and be ready to pay off officials.