verb (used with object), rec·on·ciled, rec·on·cil·ing.
verb (used without object), rec·on·ciled, rec·on·cil·ing.
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Using current banking technology and practices, Timsit says, buying and selling securities is a surprisingly lengthy process, mired in a tangle of escrow and confirmations as trading desks and corporate treasuries reconcile deposits and trades.The era of Central Bank Coins is upon us. Here’s why.|dzanemorris|November 11, 2020|Fortune
These two sides of Smith — the impressive generosity on one and the admitted tax evasion on the other — may be hard to reconcile.A dodgy deal helped make him a billionaire. It worked, until now.|Peter Whoriskey, Yeganeh Torbati, Keith L. Alexander|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
Leadership that attempts to reconcile the divide will require an awareness of the diversity of this country that critics of both parties argue each side of the political spectrum lacks.What’s the mandate for the next president? It’s harder than it’s ever been to answer that.|Eugene Scott|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
For manufacturers that sell their own products, maintaining consistent information on both platforms can help Google reconcile product details.How to get the most out of Google’s product Knowledge Panels|George Nguyen|November 2, 2020|Search Engine Land
I had to recognize all of these things and reconcile them, and I was happy to do it.
It reconciles me to all the pains—acute enough, sometimes, God knows,—of banishment.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay|George Otto Trevelyan
In religious life, in short, he finds the principle which reconciles the opposition of the temporal mind.
Willy said this with the air of a man who reconciles himself to an injury, and is persuading his conscience that he pardons it.The Shadow of a Crime|Hall Caine
Life also pacifies us as death does; reconciles us with those who do not think and feel as we do.The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study|Jean-Marie Guyau
He's a young man of grand appearance; and that reconciles the women to a lot of disadvantages.Dariel|R. D. Blackmore