expression of satisfaction

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Those meetings between Kim and Xi Jinping, and Xi's expression of satisfaction with Kim's efforts toward denuclearization and focus on economic construction, suggest better times ahead for Sino-DPRK relations.
On some nights, watching the expression of satisfaction on their faces ends my night with a smile as well.
The irony is that despite international institutions' expression of satisfaction concerning the safety arrangements made by Pakistan - and assurances given on more than one occasions by Pakistan's nuclear Command Authority (NCA) - there is no abatement of the criticism and the baseless apprehensions, rather, there seems to be a systemic increase in them.
From an expression of satisfaction perspective, people from collectivist cultures are less likely to express their emotions; in particular, consumers do not show negative emotion or air complaints to the public (Kim and Markus, 2002), resulting in mid-level evaluations for both the dissatisfied and satisfied.
Emotions lend meaning and definition to customers' expression of satisfaction (Fournier and Mick, 1999), and various emotional experiences that are qualitatively different from each other coexist and are related to the experience of satisfaction (Westbrook and Oliver, 1991).
That change in appreciation raises the question of whether it is the result of a more constructive PR strategy by the new Ahmet Davutoy-lu government, a genuine recognition by Ankara of the crucial importance of the EU accession process for the Turkish economy or an expression of satisfaction with the tone and content of the report.
The silence on part of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is being taken as an expression of satisfaction on the Quetta government, but the people in general and intelligentsia in particular want the Centre to play both active and effective role for the sake of the Baloch people.
While I accept his critical analogy, or expression of satisfaction, at the low levels, I respectfully point out that his criticism of politicians ignores that a Conservative politician (Rab Butler) introduced free grammar school education in the 1944 Act and a Labour politician (Clement Attlee) brought in the NHS in 1948, against the British Medical Association's wishes.
And their fans will plan an elaborate equaliser for every banner - and each expression of satisfaction over their distress - they were forced to endure while Neil Lennon's side dominated.
New Delhi, July 28 (ANI): Referring to the recently held foreign ministerial-level talks between India and Pakistan, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday rejected inferences that there was any expression of satisfaction on 'the progress on Mumbai trial'.
The GPC said as an expression of satisfaction of such European support it decided to speed up the process of reaching an agreement regarding the Libya-European Framework agreement of partnership and cooperation between Libya and the EU.
Expression of satisfaction Answer possibilities Number (%) Absolutely satisfied 4 Very satisfied 36 Satisfied 56 Little satisfied 4 Not satisfied 0