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We', meaning him, my wife and me, We passed the time so congenially, Me munching Hobnobs, supping tea and my wife displaying her jig-saw skill.
Many features of the law of international armed conflict likewise fit congenially within a fiduciary theory of sovereignty.
But where there were disagreements on the relative roles of coal, oil, and nuclear or over electricity rates, these matters were generally resolved congenially (and usually in favor of EPCs) behind closed doors.
This is the man who, through his excellent leadership and hiring practices, transformed the office of the Lane County district attorney from a rough-and- tumble, them-or-us gunslinger mentality to one that in most cases worked congenially and cooperatively with defense attorneys and the courts to see that justice was well served.
In effect they became a family that worked congenially together.
The mixture included, too, perhaps incongruously, an aptitude for mixing congenially with major figures of varied persuasions and politics: for several years, he dated television personality Barbara Walters, whom he met at a tea dance hosted by Vice President Nelson Rockefeller.
Fraternization occurs when a Government employee and a contractor who are involved in the same contract congenially socialize in any manner.
In more than one occasion, the director presents visual scenes that add little to the course of the drama, showing a Muslim sheikh and the Coptic monk behaving congenially towards each other.
Conversely, many areas of ambiguity around the edges of village territory are more congenially described on project maps as wilayah kerjasama (cooperation areas).
In general, cards were used by the middle classes as a means of passing time congenially, providing varied, stimulating, and low-risk entertainment to an assortment of guests.
The third world from the sun is one of many worlds whose madness Wellman congenially and steadily reveals.
On the other hand, as Twomey frankly but congenially suggests, perhaps Ratzinger's problem was just the opposite: he may have attempted too little.