temporary truce

temporary truce

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  • A Temporary Truce — Infobox Film name = A Temporary Truce image size = caption = director = D. W. Griffith producer = writer = George Hennessy narrator = starring = Blanche Sweet Charles Hill Mailes music = cinematography = G. W. Bitzer editing = distributor =… …   Wikipedia

  • truce — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ brief, temporary ▪ A temporary truce had been reached earlier that year. ▪ permanent ▪ three day, week long, etc …   Collocations dictionary

  • truce terms —    Words which are accepted amongst a group of children as a valid way of calling a temporary truce during the course of a game or other activity, and thereby claiming immunity from being caught, touched, etc. Iona and Peter Opie were the first… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • Truce of God — • A temporary suspension of hostilities, as distinct from the Peace of God which is perpetual Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Truce of God     Truce of God      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Truce — Truce, n. [OE. trewes, triwes, treowes, pl. of trewe a truce, properly, pledge of fidelity, truth, AS. tre[ o]w fidelity, faith, troth. See {True}.] 1. (Mil.) A suspension of arms by agreement of the commanders of opposing forces; a temporary… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Truce of God — Truce Truce, n. [OE. trewes, triwes, treowes, pl. of trewe a truce, properly, pledge of fidelity, truth, AS. tre[ o]w fidelity, faith, troth. See {True}.] 1. (Mil.) A suspension of arms by agreement of the commanders of opposing forces; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • truce — truce, *cease fire, armistice, peace are comparable when they mean a state of suspension of hostilities or an agreement for suspending hostilities. The first three terms are commonly interchangeable and each of them can sometimes replace peace,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Truce terms — are words or short phrases accepted within a community of children as an effective way of calling for a temporary respite or truce during a game or activity, if, for example, a child has a stitch or wants to raise a point on the rules of the game …   Wikipedia

  • truce — [n] peaceful solution accord, agreement, amnesty, armistice, break, breather*, ceasefire, cessation, de escalation, detente, halt, intermission, interval, letup, lull, moratorium, olive branch*, pause, peace, reconciliation, reprieve, respite,… …   New thesaurus

  • truce — [tro͞os] n. [ME trewes, pl. of trewe, a pledge < OE treow, compact, faith: see TRUE] 1. a temporary cessation of warfare by agreement between the belligerents; armistice; cease fire 2. any pause in or respite from quarreling, conflict, trouble …   English World dictionary

  • Truce of Vilna — This article is about the 1656 treaty. For other treaties, see Treaty of Vilna. Truce/Treaty of Vilna[1][2][3] or Truce/Treaty of Niemieża (Polish: Rozejm w Niemieży)[4][5] was a treaty signed at Niemie …   Wikipedia

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