use pacify in a sentence.
Yes, but in the process of pacifying the bottom percentile, you risk pacifying kids in the upper percentile.
I think I'd rather be put in charge of pacifying Gaul than implementing an ERP for a public company.
I agree the developers aren't entitled to these improvements from Google, but if I were Google I'd be doing everything I can to pacify developers.
They are pacifying everybody before pulling a MySpace and coming up with a logo that really expresses "creativity": GA P
To be totally honest, it's part tracking my reading position and part to settle my idle hands & pacify my ocd tendencies
There might be some truth to that statement in general, but in Up In The Air, usually it was obviously hollow, pacifying bullshit.
You have to have very deep pockets, and the ability to pacify your shareholders, to absorb these types of losses.
It's very hard to prove and they could always justify it as pacifying resistance.
When a legislator say they will "look" at something, it means they don't intend to actually do anything about it but are simply attempting to pacify their constituents by promising something.
There is absolutely no reason that Google should break the web to pacify this guy.
That all sounded really thoughtful and was pacifying me until that very last bit ("One worrisome rift").
If QnX is not an asset to the buyer because for instance, they already have an OS offering of their own this might just happen to pacify the various users out there (corporate, governmental).
And most people don't track how their representatives vote on each issue, especially on issues that don't get much press coverage so it's easy to pacify corporate lobbyists in this type of legislation.