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We, Musa said, urged all Palestinian factions to speed up the effort of achieving reconciliation in order to sign the agreement and bury the hatchet.
From 'going on the wagon' to 'bury the hatchet', this bypasses the usual dictionary format to provide a lively survey of how Americans enhanced and changed speech, arranging expressions by cultural categories to emphasize regional developments and differences.
Jerusalem officials said Monday that should Fatah bury the hatchet with Hamas and invite the Islamists into a new Palestinian Authority coalition government, Israel would suspend U.S.-sponsored peace negotiations.
THE old phrase 'bury the hatchet' should be applied to this 85-minute shocker.
It sounds like a fascinating read, published by Y Lolfa, but I think he might be on the wrong tack when he says that despite our old enmity we are ready to bury the hatchet.
What that means for today is: "Hey, guys, bury the hatchet, and start concentrating on the present and the future." Otherwise, the third part of Washington's vision and prophecy for America will come upon us unawares and unprepared while we are still arguing about whether Lincoln was good or bad.
Whatever the politics involved, the Baggies chairman should have found a way to bury the hatchet with Gary Megson.
FORMER Ibrox idol Ian Durrant has pleaded with Rangers and Aberdeen fans to bury the hatchet over their bitter feud.
Come on, both of you, bury the hatchet, give Councillor Lines the mayoralty he is rightfully entitled to and stick with one of the few traditions we have left in this still great country of ours.