But for a president who also casts himself as a conciliator, the issue could be more complicated.
Now Romney gets to come in and say, “I will be a conciliator.”
But I fear that he still believes it—believes in that idea of himself as conciliator.
The Archbishop was well fitted to act this part of a conciliator.
The book referred to in it is his principal work, conciliator differentiarum quæ inter philosophos et medicos versantur.
Here the referendum shows itself as the conciliator of nationalities.
As a conciliator, Longpre quieted them as well as he could and went to knock at Fortiers housedoor.
I took upon me the office of conciliator, which I had before discharged with success.
We have adverted to the lofty moral and humanitarian significance of Jewish history in its role as conciliator.
Is'nt that a frantic conciliation of differences, and one which might have done honor to Petrus d'Abano, the conciliator, himself?