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My neighbors did not thus salute me, but first looked at me, and then at one another, as if I had returned from a long journey.
I think sometimes, Why, this people mean well; they are only ignorant; they would do better if they knew how: why give your neighbors this pain to treat you as they are not inclined to?
I do not wish to split hairs, to make fine distinctions, or set myself up as better than my neighbors.
Ordinary vices and how reciprocity works or does not are explored--when one is faced with a neighbor who gives offense.
Rights and duties include the duty to greet your neighbor, to visit him if he is sick, to forgive his mistakes, and to show him the right path.
The Riveras sent out a note explaining the history of the tree and its holiday tradition for more than 45 years, and they asked every neighbor to join them by lighting up their homes for the holidays, too.
The newly expanded and updated fifth edition of Neighbor Law: Fences, Trees, Boundaries, And Noise by attorney and mediator Cora Jordan is an informed and informative reference guide to the complex laws and regulations concerning neighborly disputes and intricacies.
The United States will always be a good partner and reliable neighbor for those who help themselves.
A neighbor donated another 75 gallons, and when that ran out, Jerry drove to neighboring Alabama for more.
On the other hand, if a neighbor proved to be more popular with the street than the complainant, the latter might be the one whose behavior proved to be unacceptable.
To see the distinction between neighbor and stranger, Beecher's team played potential-intruder songs from just outside the boundary.
29) Perhaps it would be too easy or too crass for him to just assume that the neighbor is everyone and anyone encountered on the street outside his house or place of work or in his home or far across the ocean.