gladly


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in a willing manner

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Gladly gives customer support representatives a single view of all conversations with the customer, unlike legacy systems that put each communications channel into its own silo.
JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) and Gladly, a modern customer service platform, have announced a partnership that will enable travelers to have one continuous conversation with JetBlue's customer support team across multiple communication channels, the companies said.
President, I'd gladly pay that price,' Aquino added.
On Monday, Duterte told the Senate that he "will gladly kill" Davidson Bangayan, a.
I, for one, would gladly go down to receiving the jobseeker's allowance rate if it would stop the Government harassing me and others in a similar situation.
FOOTBALLER Joey Barton yesterday said he would gladly serve time over his John Terry race case tweets.
PROUD Underbank boss Richard Knight has admitted he would gladly give back his Conference National Coach of the Year award if it could guarantee Grand Final success over Kippax Knights on Sunday.
They were like Chaucer's Clerke in The Canterbury Tales: "And gladly wolde he lerne, and gladly teche.
If they are saying 'we're going to take this in another direction', then I'll gladly step aside.
London, Aug 25 (ANI): England fast bowler Stephen Harmison has said that he will gladly continue his international career for as long as he is wanted.
3 : to accept readily or gladly <She is always ready to embrace an opportunity.
A particular favourite we had, not unrelated to Gladly, explained the close relationship between a mother and a female cub of the self-same ursine species: Can a woman's tender care Cease toward the child she-bear ?
They will gladly work for food (equine and human) and showers along the way
The 44-year-old, who has worked for the AA for 23 years, said: "Drivers always tell me they would gladly perform checks if someone had shown them how to do it.
He gladly obliged, all the while playing music from a sheet on the ground in front of him -- Mahler's 7th Symphony.