Truce (disambiguation)

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Ceasefire is a temporary stoppage of any armed conflict.

Truce may also refer to:

  • Flag of truce, an internationally recognized white flag indicating truce
  • Toddlers' Truce, early British TV scheduling policy which required transmission halt for an hour each weekday from 6 to 7 pm
  • Truce (album), a 1982 album by Robin Trower and Jack Bruce
  • Truce (film), a 2005 movie directed by Matthew Marconi, starring Buck Taylor
  • "Truce" (Tom Robinson song), a song by Tom Robinson on the 1982 album Cabaret '79
  • "Truce" (song),a 1998 song by Jars of Clay
  • Truce term, a word used by children to call for a temporary respite or truce during an activity
  • "Truce", a song by Twenty One Pilots from their album Vessel

See also

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