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Sport a match played for its own sake, and not as part of a competition, etc.
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Nevertheless, such running was an habitual expression of happiness and friendliness in dogdom, and especially strong had been his inheritance of it from Terrence and Biddy, the noted love-runners of the Solomons.
To tell the truth they were somewhat inclined to be lazy, but a perfect tumult of hilarity prevailed; and they worked together so unitedly, and seemed actuated by such an instinct of friendliness, that it was truly beautiful to behold.
There was so much of friendliness, and of flattery, and of everything most bewitching in his reception there; the old were so hospitable, the young so agreeable, that he could not but resolve to remain where he was, and take all the charms and perfections of Edward's wife upon credit a little longer.
You really must let me thank you for the friendliness, the help, the confidence, the real aid at a time of deadly danger and deadly fear which you showed me.
He got up, bent his long body with a stiff friendliness toward his cousin, and added: "I think I have Louisa's authority for saying that she will herself leave the invitation to dine when she drives out presently: with our cards--of course with our cards.
Strickland gave mt a look in which I read no great friendliness, but did not answer.
Delaware has ranked second in the country for small business friendliness, according to a survey conducted by Thumbtack, the web and app company that connects companies with business talent across the United States.
A separate friendliness section ranked this country in 20th - another sharp drop from 6th last year.
Summary: Consumer Friendliness Index aims to promote customer satisfaction through fostering healthy competition
The majority of the generation 7 platform will be manufactured from aluminium versus mild steel, the primarily driver for this material change reportedly due to reduced environmental loadings and recyclability friendliness of aluminium.
The region emerged as a place to watch in a report comparing cities across Europe and the UK for its business friendliness and economic potential.
The Cities Survey, which looked at how travellers and locals view 40 global tourist cities, has revealed that London did not top any of the 10 criteria researched by the survey, which included friendliness of locals, cleanliness, public transport, value for money, friendliness of taxi drivers and shopping.