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To the extent that other nations' law is made in a candid or well-disposed way, it should set out common-sense truths that we must acknowledge if we ourselves are well-disposed.
Make self visible to someone, preferably female, you have reason to believe may be fairly well-disposed.
Having said this, we must never lose sight of the huge potential that resides within a united Europe and well-disposed America working together as a force for good.
Torrijos has so far succeeded in normalizing relations with Venezuela, largely because that country is well-disposed toward the idea, but Cuba remains a problem.
The general opinion among travellers towards biometry is positive and those who have tried it are even more well-disposed towards it.
In any case, somebody who, like our author, can show himself equally well-disposed to Plutarch and to P.
Simmons-Harris ruling that states would be free and well-disposed to pass voucher laws.
Perhaps the Bretons have always been more humble and well-disposed to the British than the rest of France.
Although well-disposed towards NGOs, Goetz raises several notes of caution.
Perhaps the Bretons have always been more humble (this was my first visit) and well-disposed to the British than the rest of France.
Bruno Campanella conducted a well-disposed orchestra and a carefully rehearsed chorus with great emphasis.
A well-disposed reader could be hoping for a spirited investigation into the production of colonial history after reading the preface to Hermann Hiery's book, The Neglected War: The German South Pacific and the Influence of World War I.