I wanted something that would not look out of place written in gold letters on a polished wooden board; a name that reflected the Frenchness of his father, the niceness
of his mother's name and form, and cause commentators minimum pronunciation problems.
To get a sense of how toxic Washington niceness
can be, let's look at three different facets of the same problem.
Known for their Redcoat-like niceness
as much as their pop hits, it remained to be seen if they could handle The Last Goodbye.
Kids today, they claim, will not put up with such slow pacing and unrelenting niceness
Some in white coats or dusters evoking lab coats seemed to be the attendants in a fashion sanitarium for girls whose nerves had been shattered by too much niceness
In trying to produce "family" movies, today's popular filmmakers have confused niceness
that stops at the front door.
Time also added that though Seth Rogen may shy away from it, the 32-year-old comedy actor has an "essential niceness
n But I can honestly say that the JLS boys never lost their niceness
, their enthusiasm, their willingness to play the game.
Alison Holman of the University of California, Irvine, looked at the behaviour of study subjects who have versions of receptor genes for two hormones that, in laboratory and close relationship research, are associated with niceness
So let's have less of the Ross/Brand shenanigans and Anne Robinson's dominatrix act and more genuine niceness
In this shameless vehicle for her niceness
- also a shameless advert for various big companies - the Croxteth wonder has been set the challenge of putting forward "real women" to be the potential faces of eight major brands.
But the niceness
of Whitchurch is too much for some people.
Hopefully there'll be little chinks of niceness
If you're in danger of niceness
overload after that, switch to Central for Red Mist - Angry Britain (10.
You wanted to rub shoulders with her to catch some of that niceness