And I will put my rainbow, and it will be a sign of our pact. agreement between Middle English, Latin pactum, neutrum de pactus, past participation of pacisci; similar to altenglisch fōn to seize, Latin pax peace, pangere to fix, fasting, Greek pēgnynai We had made a kind of pact that our life began when we met, so that the past was not much discussed, if at all. He fears a rural counter-reaction and continued foreign interference in the wake of the pact. The pact has “peace” at its roots, because a pact often ends a period of hostile relations. The word is commonly used in the field of international relations, where diplomats can speak of an “arms pact,” a “trade pact,” or a “fisheries pact.” But it can also be used for any solemn agreement or promise between two people; Because every time two sides join hands in an agreement, they won`t go to war together. On the left, they are being restorted by the solidarity pact between self-identified oppressed groups. This phrase seemed to have a cabbalist meaning—a pact—a threat that each man held above the other. In true magic, there is no pact with a devil and become his slave after a while. She explained that she had “made a pact with God,” that if he healed her child of autism, she would share that path with the world. The pact included two months, September and October, but “can be extended by the parties,” the inscription reads.
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