politesse


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Synonyms for politesse

Synonyms for politesse

courtesy towards women

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As 48- year- old Trierweiler entered the room at the Oberoi in Mumbai, the applause was spontaneous and it was more than clear that it was not courtesy or a show of la politesse .
Outre les lettres de politesse et de felicitations, le cardinal s'adresse generalement au premier ministre pour lui faire part de ses inquietudes.
Elton's "'Knightley'" suggests unflatteringly weak social etiquette; at the same time, it contrasts evocatively with Emma's own verbal politesse.
Without experience, it is difficult to understand how a board typically functions: the give and take of committees, the protocols and la politesse.
De plus, les premiers ont base leur jugement sur le raisonnement et les explications, alors que les derniers ont juge surtout en fonction de la politesse et etaient moins severes et moins homogenes dans leurs evaluations.
A moins d'un triple sur terre (Barcelone, Madrid puis Rome) et d'une defaillance de David Ferrer, l'Espagnol ne devrait pas en effet griller la politesse a son compatriote au classement ATP.
Dans la litterature contemporaine, elles ont ete formulees comme une exigence de civilite ou encore de politesse (7).
The uneasy temps mort in which Haneke strands Tharaud (playing himself) as he awaits the arrival of his old piano teacher, and Tharaud's faltering attempt at circumspection in querying Anne's condition when she appears in her wheelchair, are among the film's most anguishing moments of untoward politesse.
The last part considers the need for universal ways to register Anyone and their "personal truth" in order to construct a cosmopolitan ethos of what Rapport calls politesse.
The wish that "Samas and Marduk keep you in good health" (almost always in that order) begins so many letters that it attains an everyday quality as a common custom, the vernacular politesse of the Babylonian realm.
Outside normal politesse, Coover reigns despicable and souriant; the nonsense peccadillo of the paragraph, the collection of used and canonized myths swept together, defying the laws of tragedy.
SA As a storyteller, or a high-concept bullshitter anyway, I'm always struggling to build a reliable ramp to those moments when my characters are overrun by feeling, and in which the language itself--in an effort to capture those feelings--throws off the shackles of politesse (or "moderation," as Timothy says) and rises into the lyric register.
Politesse is out of champion juvenile filly Embassy, herself a daughter of another champion two-year-old filly
In an age of conservative betrayals excused by politesse, there is something inspiring about Christie's refusal to play nice and his resolve to govern rather than cave in to the low ambitions of national office.
Melding the droll, rococo politesse of Jack Vance with the phantasmagorical realpolitik of China Mieville, Valtat conjures up an exotic, polychromatic world too real not to exist somewhere, if only in a luckier, more delirious and glorious universe adjacent to ours.