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civil

1. of the ordinary life of citizens as distinguished from military, legal, or ecclesiastical affairs
2. of or relating to the citizen as an individual
3. of or occurring within the state or between citizens
4. a less common word for civic
5. of or in accordance with Roman law
6. relating to the private rights of citizens
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Third, this lack of civility is very evident in foreign relations.
IN my study of liberal democracies across the globe, one critical denominator that runs through is 'civility in governance', the hallmark of prosperity and wellbeing of the people.
In the dictionary, civility is defined as 'reasonable and respectable behavior.' It is courtesy, politeness and a show of good manners.
She is the Founder of Civility Matters[TM] and a leading expert in fostering civility and healthy work environments.
A survey released last year showed that 93% of Americans believe the nation has a civility problem.
Joseph, a World Civility Ambassador, National Statesmen, productivity speaker, best-selling author and the Founder/CEO of Live To Produce Enterprises, LLC.
Oh civility, where did we lose you that a leader is now forced to walk out of an insulting public function?
Imagine a world without civility! Actually, we don't have to imagine it.
"Civility Lost: The Media, Politics, and Education" explores principles and expectations for a democratic society, and how differences can be approached civilly to explore and define solutions.
In contrast, millennials self-identified as the most confident of all age groups in their ability to handle risks, and they were the most worried that a risk would reoccur, added Microsoft's "2019 Digital Civility Index", an annual study that examines the online behaviour of internet users globally.
Microsoft today released its 2019 Digital Civility Index, an annual study that examines the online behaviour of internet users globally.
Paskoff clearly lay out a path that, if followed, really could help not only build but also sustain a real culture of civility. How welcome that would be for all of those who may feel the culture they currently work in is far less than one of civility.