He smiled to his wife as a man should smile on meeting his wife after only just parting from her, and greeted the princess and other acquaintances, giving to each what was due--that is to say, jesting with the ladies and dealing out friendly
greetings among the men.
The meeting was friendly, though a little restrained on both sides.
May the God of a white man look on your deeds with friendly eyes, and may you never commit an act, that shall cause Him to darken His face.
Receiving no answering look, nor hearing any friendly whine, the old man felt for the mouth and endeavoured to force his hand between the cold lips.
From time to time he spoke, uttering some brief sentence in the way of advice, or asking some simple questions concerning those in whose fortunes he still took a friendly interest.
Let us make the friendly move of agreeing to look for it together.
In this friendly move, sir, you will have a glorious object to rouse you.
Quite different with YOU, going to work (as YOU would) in the light of a fellow- man, holily pledged in a friendly move to his brother man.
The articles of the friendly move are then severally recited and agreed upon.
They are in the act of ratifying the treaty of friendly move, by shaking hands upon it.
The friendly movers might not have been quite at their ease, even though the visitor had entered in the usual manner.
On this starlight night, Mr Venus,' he remarks, when he is showing that friendly mover out across the yard, and both are something the worse for mixing again and again: 'on this starlight night to think that talking-over strangers, and underhanded minds, can go walking home under the sky, as if they was all square
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Cordery begins his study with the development of the friendly
societies, tracing their roots to the mutual benefit societies brought to London by Huguenot refugees from France in the 1680s at a time "when poverty was gaining a high profile .
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