• None has any interest in providing Mr Sharon or America with the quiescence demanded.

    ECONOMIST: Arafat under siege

  • One important cause of the recent quiescence of wage pressure may be that prices in general are being held down for other reasons.

    ECONOMIST: The great American jobs machine | The

  • There had been a spate of rumours that Mr Sharon's unwonted quiescence attested to a decline of his physical prowess: aged 73, he was said to be vacant and forgetful.

    ECONOMIST: Israel

  • Her victory could rouse the party from its quiescence.

    ECONOMIST: India

  • In the shadows, Vladimiro Montesinos, a cashiered former army captain, ran the powerful intelligence service, and exercised political control: through threats and rewards, he ensured the quiescence of Congress, the courts, the television stations and most of the press.

    ECONOMIST: Risks and opportunities in Peru

  • Theirs was the backlash of a paternalist establishment to a mutiny by a member of a caste dog-tired of paternalism--a caste to which protection had been promised in exchange for quiescence, but which, at long last, had tired of this quiescence.

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  • At the opening of the first fully dedicated Lincoln Design Studio in 40 years, Farley acknowledged the long quiescence of Lincoln in the U.S. market, which is set to begin to end with the launch of the redesigned MKZ sedan in November.

    FORBES: For Lincoln, Less Will Prove To Be More: Ford CMO Farley

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