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genial

Anatomy of or relating to the chin

genial

[′jēn·yəl]
(anatomy)
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Prizes range from Interrail tickets (for travel in Europe), educational materials, corporate gifts, and Genially Premium Licenses.
And while Bay, true to form, over-eggs his film with cinematic excess, this dumb-anddumber tale is genially engaging with a dash of brutality on the side.
Meanwhile, US film industry bible The Hollywood Reporter wrote that it was a "charming satire held together by Owen's delightful central performance", before lauding it as "90 minutes with one of the most genially loveable protagonists in recent memory".
His genially pointed comment "The critics are as kind as the results" is very true.
And in the security line to board a flight from Tehran to Mashhad, a Revolutionary Guard said genially, "We're not supposed to let batteries through, but we'll make an exception for you since you're a foreigner.
Mullin," wrote veteran Daily Telegraph radio critic Gillian Reynolds, "former Blair minister and brilliant political diarist, and Banks, a former editor of the Daily Mirror, briskly [discuss] the week's revelations with a few sharp anecdotes, Mullin a bit more hesitant than might have been expected, Banks genially cynical.
Jopo is both visually and culturally-if not literally-biracial, performing (badly) upon his guitar alongside Swarte's affectionate tributes to blues musicians like Albert King and Fats Domino, and genially maneuvering a post-imperial Art Deco landscape that represents a fusion of form and function, of high art and daily life.
Support comes from genially raucous local lads THE BEER PIGS.
Although religious in his youth, Ruiz is now a genially tolerant, dark-humored atheist.
Meanwhile, the genially telepathic Xavier (James McAvoy) is earning his doctorate in genetic research at Oxford, with his shape-shifting friend and surrogate sister, Raven (Jennifer Lawrence), by his side.
As I window shopped along South Beverly Drive, I spotted a tall, tan, handsome gentleman, who smiled and nodded genially.
I was just sitting there, one of only three commuters in the entire train carriage, when this dapperly dressed, silver-haired city-gent type got on, shook the rain off his brolly and genially started greeting my fellow travellers.