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For many years the agreement maintained peace in Europe.
The Camp David agreement brought peace between Israel and Egypt.
Peace with Russia enabled German forces to fight in the west.
the possibility of a lasting peace in the Balkans
The UN Secretary General urged the two sides to make peace.
Can't I get a moment's peace around here?
It's not the holiday to choose if you're looking for peace and quiet.
A motorbike roared by, shattering their peace.
He just wanted to read his newspaper in peace.
You should leave the poor man in peace (=stay away from him).
This is the British English definition of peace. View American English definition of peace.
the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible
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