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best wishes

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an expression, in words or gestures, marking a meeting of persons

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The Europe concerts follow a sold-out US stadium tour this summer and come ahead of the release of live album, Good Evening New York City, recorded at the site of the city s former Shea Stadium, where the Beatles played in 1965.
Louis has introduced baby foods called Good Morning and Good Evening.
Louis-based stalwart, which has been in business since 1931, last month introduced an innovative line of all-natural baby foods, Good Morning and Good Evening, based on research on the advantages of feeding infants based on the time of day and their nutritional needs.
GOOD EVENING, HAND TOOL DEVOTEES, WELCOME TO ANOTHER EXCEEDINGLY STUFFY EPISODE OF HIGHBROW HAND TOOL THEATRE.
Milton Keynes used a number of youngsters too, and it was a good evening.
He also insists punters say HELLO or GOOD EVENING when they walk in, and order their pints with a PLEASE and a THANK YOU so as not to offend staff.
The days when everyone tuned in for a good evening of family entertainment by watching the Royal Command Performance are long gone.
I laid down my knife and fork and said, `Have a good evening.
Good evening (ladies and gentlemen of the press/distinguished members of the Grand Jury/your Honor), I (candidate's name) hereby acknowledge that indeed I did/did not (cross out one) have an affair with (name or names or name of team) way back in (year or month or last week or this morning), and I am terribly terribly sorry and am A) full of remorse B) consumed with self-reproach C) contrite as hell.
Moderator: Ladies and gentlemen, good evening and welcome to this very special TV panel discussion between three of our most distinguished economists and business experts.