|tyynnyttää englanniksi||calm fi, quell fi, soothe fi, temperate fi|
*: The wind ceased, and there was a great calm.
: to calm a crying baby
: to calm the passions
*: to calm the tempest raised by Aeolus
*: The nation obeyed the call, rallied round the sovereign, and enabled him to quell the disaffected minority.
*: Northward marching to quell the sudden revolt.
: to quell grief
: to quell the tumult of the soul
*: Winters wrath begins to quell.
*: Yet he did quake and quaver, like to quell.
*: The quell of the rebellion raised Justinian to the acme of power.
*: Hu had been supportive of Chiang&
*: The consequences have not been significant in terms of the quell of any of the three drugs into the United States.
*: Each Martial Law was marked by the quell of civil liberties or human rights.
*: But to make things even worse, this is the year of the Seventy-fifth Hunger Games, and that means it&
*: An example can be found in the data about the campaigns of Aššur-b?n-apli against Arab tribes after the quell of the revolt of Šamaš-šumuk?n.
*: Yet Wayne Rooney scored at a good time, three minutes after the restart, to soothe any gathering nerves and the night can ultimately be chalked off as one of the finest occasions of Hodgsons 17 months in the job.
*: Hepaticology, outside the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere, still lies deep in the shadow cast by that ultimate "closet taxonomist," Franz Stephani—a ghost whose shadow falls over us all.
*: She is not hot, but temperate as the morn.
*: That sober freedom out of which there springs Our loyal passion for our temperate kings.
*: Be sober and temperate, and you will be healthy.
*: I am a temperate man and have made it a rule not to drink before luncheon. But I was so much ashamed of my first feeling about Gorman that I thought it well to break my rule....I gave my vote for whisky and soda as the more thorough-going drink of the two. A cocktail is seldom more than a mouthful.
*: The temperate sleeps, and spirits light as air.
: ux|en|temperate fishes
:* It inflames temperance, and temperates wrath. Marston.