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genial

Anatomy of or relating to the chin

genial

[′jēn·yəl]
(anatomy)
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Intended for the general trade (and initially on the shelves in time for last year's Christmas coffee-table-book rush), this is nonetheless a rich and genially presented volume.
Plus, he really knew his way around a cake and had a genially chaotic home environment.
"Not really," Collins says genially during a call to his home in Winter Park, Florida, where he lives with his fiancee, the poet Suzannah Gilman.
He was towering above all but genially smiling at and greeting everyone around.
Cordoba, Spain, June 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- In the coming weeks, Genially is searching for college students who are finishing their degree or Master's and presenting for their Final Year Project or Master's Thesis.
Arguably the most talented bricoleur of his generation--resourceful and inventive, a maestro of the giddily improbable--Tim Hawkinson has produced a deeply peculiar, genially sprawling body of work across his more than three-decade-long career.
Here you are genially walking out when this person spots his family and since it is mandatory to greet them smack, right dab in the middle of the Exit, he just stops.
David Silverman hustled to the front of the room, smiling genially. "Sorry!" he said.
While "Glee'' was often a more subversive show than it is given credit for, an hour of the genially bright cast singing songs such as "Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me'' and "Sweet Transvestite'' pushed the show to its limits, creating an hour of TV that was more awkward than anything.
The Sphinx might seem to be a story of political failures and discards, but it is an invaluable, nuanced, and well-researched study of the political currents surging through American society as war approached, and Wapshott's portrait of the genially, ingeniously scheming Roosevelt enlivens every chapter.
First, not only has he been my good friend and colleague for almost two decades, but the nature of our relationship--warm and supportive, yet also genially combative--threatened to turn this introduction from a celebration of one of the premier critical talents in our field into an irreverent roast, the tone of which would undoubtedly be inappropriate to the occasion.