cadoediad, gadoediad, chadoediad, nghadoediad
Noun(1) a state of peace agreed to between opponents so they can discuss peace terms
(1) PÔö£┬«tain made the most of this emotion to restore order quickly and to secure peace through the armistice .(2) In September 1943, when the Italians signed an armistice , he escaped and reached safety in Switzerland.(3) North and South Korea remain in a state of armistice with no peace agreement signed at the end of the war.(4) French armies stormed to victory in Spain and Savoy, and by the end of 1794, tired of continual war, the Austrians signed an armistice .(5) the Italian government signed an armistice with the Allies(6) The north responded to the news by threatening to abandon the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War.(7) Unfortunately, the war, which resulted in an armistice and not a peace treaty, was not the end of the problem.(8) He was influential in promoting the armistice agreement for Angola and independence for East Timor from Indonesia.(9) News of the armistice had reached the troops but the actual order to cease fire was still on the way to the front.(10) The fighting lasted until July 27 1953 when an armistice was signed.(11) Lenin immediately asked the German High Command for an armistice , and in December both sides met to discuss peace terms at Brest-Litovsk.(12) Hard-liners on both sides have been stepping up calls to abandon the armistice .(13) An armistice was signed at CompiÔö£┬┐gne in November 1918; fighting at once stopped.(14) He claims that in most respects the terms of the armistice provided the foundations of those of the peace treaty.(15) In March 1940, he led the delegation that negotiated with Molotov for an armistice and peace settlement.(16) Such a development would end the 1953 armistice agreement and accelerate the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the peninsula.
1. truce ::
3. peace ::
Different Formsarmistice, armistices
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To discuss an ARMISTICE.
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