Examples of truce in a Sentence
There's been an uneasy truce between her and her parents for the past several months.
both sides agreed to a 24-hour truce beginning at midnight on Christmas Eve
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Elliott reached a truce with Dutch chemicals company Akzo Nobel NV last week.
Holding a truce flag, a group of protestors approached the house, asked General Neville to step outside, renounce his office and hand over his accounting.
Akzo Nobel and Elliott finally reached a truce in August.
Both wife Maria and their adult children have known of Vibe Ener’s existence for several years, but an uneasy truce was broken in April when Vibe Ener became the target of the petition for injunction.
In 1993, Guzmán appears to have sought more turf and power than he was allotted under the uneasy truce among the various cartels.
Making time to visit a U.S.-South Korean military observation post to peer into North Korea, Mattis was also briefed on conditions along the border created after a truce halted the Korean War in 1953.
For the first time in 2002, there was enough agreement among warring countries to have a truce.
Any future negotiations will have to rely on a truce between the respective club chiefs, though.
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