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For Dames, too, this newer nostalgia fits well into an overall social process: "insofar as this [newer] nostalgia knows that it desires that which cannot be regained, its desire does not harden into mental disturbance," and indeed it collaborates amenably enough with the embrace of a new home.
The scenery is stunning and he's an amenably enthusiastic guide.
Brown has contributed amenably in all three areas during his 15-year career.
Diamond also suggests that it was easier for cultures to traverse Europe and Eurasia - rather than, say, up and down North and South America - because the climate was amenably consistent.