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Good-day, Monsieur d'Artagnan," said the minister, with marked affability, "have you had a pleasant journey?
He subsequently accepted the difficult post of director of a division (in which his great acquirements were not less useful than the truly French affability of his manners) for the express purpose of conciliating the serious interests that arise under its administration.
Having made this promise with much affability, he retired and left Kate alone.
But though these passions ordinarily succeed each other, and scarce twenty-four hours ever passed in which the pedagogue was not, in some degree, the object of both; yet, on extraordinary occasions, when the passion of anger had raged very high, the remission was usually longer: and so was the case at present; for she continued longer in a state of affability, after this fit of jealousy was ended, than her husband had ever known before: and, had it not been for some little exercises, which all the followers of Xantippe are obliged to perform daily, Mr Partridge would have enjoyed a perfect serenity of several months.
He went up to Madame Stahl, and addressed her with extreme courtesy and affability in that excellent French that so few speak nowadays.
His manners in private were even more mild and attractive than in public, for there was a certain dignity in his mien during his lecture which in his own house was replaced by the greatest affability and kindness.
Although this was said with the same easy affability, and the same smile, John felt himself put down, and laying the indignity at Barnaby's door, determined to kick his raven, on the very first opportunity.
The said company being now relieved from further attendance, and the chief Barnacles being rather hurried (for they had it in hand just then to send a mail or two which was in danger of going straight to its destination, beating about the seas like the Flying Dutchman, and to arrange with complexity for the stoppage of a good deal of important business otherwise in peril of being done), went their several ways; with all affability conveying to Mr and Mrs Meagles that general assurance that what they had been doing there, they had been doing at a sacrifice for Mr and Mrs Meagles's good, which they always conveyed to Mr John Bull in their official condescension to that most unfortunate creature.
Giles's habit to admit to too great familiarity the humbler servants: towards whom it was rather his wont to deport himself with a lofty affability, which, while it gratified, could not fail to remind them of his superior position in society.
But maybe that's it - maybe Jones' everyman affability was what was needed to bring a bit of likability to a character that few would otherwise tolerate, let alone shed an empathetic tear over when the financial fit hits the shan.
But maybe that's it - maybe Jones' everyman affability was what was needed to bring a bit of likeability to a character that few would otherwise tolerate, let alone shed an empathetic tear over when the financial fit hits the shan.
The New York Times said Kordestani, who has a reputation for affability and business acumen, "could bring a level of calm and stability to Twitter, which has been plagued by management chaos it its nine-year history.
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- aequo animo
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- aequus animus
- aes alienum
- aes alienum contrahere
- aesthetic judgment
- Aestimatio praeteriti delicti ex postremo facto nunquam crescit
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