It is unclear if this week's cessation of hostilities will be able to put that genie back in the bottle.
On Thursday, delegates representing the government signed a cessation of hostilities agreement with the armed opposition.
Within weeks of the start of hostilities, the price of slaves began to fall.
But few politicians of any color in Chicago consider it impossible for hostilities to surface.
The Miley tweet marked the peak of the hostilities, ushering in a social media silence between the two feuding celebs.
At the end of this first vigorous week of hostilities it is interesting to sum up the net result.
Of course, then, it means a cessation of hostilities by land and sea.
Diderot, D'Alembert, and others were bold unbelievers, and did not veil their hostilities under a weak disguise.
A cessation of hostilities was asked for, on the 15th, and obtained.
Still less acceptable is his advice to "sweep away juridical niceties" in the conduct of hostilities.
early 15c., from Middle French hostilité "enmity" (15c.), or directly from Late Latin hostilitatem (nominative hostilitas) "enmity," from Latin hostilis, from hostis "enemy" (see guest). Hostilities in the sense of "warfare" attested from 1610s.