to calm

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  • Her brother then rose out of his seat in an attempt to calm her.
  • Though after getting some space between the two girls things managed to calm down.
  • He tried to calm the people and direct them as much as possible.
  • The students help to calm her and offer her the school's help.
  • They attempted to calm him by telling him he could keep his job.
  • Both teams could not score in the second period as things seemed to calm down a little.
  • However, during the last watch of the day the weather seemed to calm down again.
  • Little by little he managed to calm the poor child and make her understand his aim. Cited from The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume II (of 2), by Alexandre Dumas pere
  • After hearing his story, she tries to calm him down but with little effect.
  • With all the police and troops on the streets, the situation began to calm down.
  • But the president and military-political leadership of the country are doing everything to calm things down.
  • He was immediately stopped and attempts were made to calm the situation.
  • But he would talk to this one and that one and had the ability to calm things down.
  • The girls failed in their attempt to calm her down.
  • She runs off and Sam goes after her to calm her down.
  • The animals hear him and come to calm him down.
  • Their philosophy was that people could have a good time while listening to calm music.
  • The two tried to battle each other until Miss Elizabeth told them to calm down.
  • I had no time to pull myself together and had no chance to calm down a little.
  • This gave the teacher one final minute in which to calm the class down before the programme began.
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