behave towards

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Consequently, if ever you come again into any room in this house, you will make a short stay in it if you don't behave towards that lady in your most respectful manner.
But he had a fiendish desire to break down their scruples, he wanted to know how abominably they could behave towards him; if he tempted them a little more they would yield, and he took a fierce joy at the thought of their dishonour.
Can you guess how he will be likely to behave towards his flatterers and his supposed parents, first of all during the period when he is ignorant of the false relation, and then again when he knows?
I made up my mind to speak to Dora about this; and one day when we were out walking (for we were licensed by Miss Lavinia, after a while, to go out walking by ourselves), I said to her that I wished she could get them to behave towards her differently.
Next day Smilash obtained from his wife a promise that she would behave towards Agatha as if the letter had given no offence.
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Judge Rhys Rowlands, sitting at Mold Crown Court told him: "I have no doubt at all that sexually, you have no concept how you ought to behave towards others.
The rules states that "in all matters and transactions relating to the league, each club shall behave towards each other club and the league with the utmost good faith".
In the Premier League "" handbook, rule B16 states: "In all matters and transactions relating to the League each Club shall behave towards each other Club and the League with the utmost good faith.
Coun Lucas said there could never be "any excuse" for what she described as acts of pure wickedness, and added: "Those responsible in not just the execution but the planning of these acts must never be allowed to succeed in changing the way in which ordinary human beings behave towards one another.
The Dharma book is a specific book written by the colleagues of the Oberoi on how we should behave towards our guests and how we should behave towards our owners and colleagues.