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Pacification

Pain (See SUFFERING.)
Aegir
sea god, stiller of storms on the ocean. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 16]
Feng
name taken by Odin in capacity of wave-stiller. [Norse Myth.: LLEI, I: 328]
Saul and David
David plays his harp to mollify King Saul. [O.T.: I Samuel 16:16, 23]
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He also edited for brief periods The Pacificator and the Banner of the South in Augusta, and The Star, a Catholic weekly in New Orleans.
On the other hand, the Arminians, widely known as Trevisten or "pacificators," could be counted on to support Frederick's war effort.
Frederick Henry, captain-general of the Dutch armies, abandoning the fight and empowering the Arminian "pacificators" evidently recalled for some observers, among them De Bray, Barak's cowardice and lapse of faith in balking at Deborah's command to lead his men into battle.