encouragingly


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in an encouraging manner

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His poppy-colored cheeks were distended with his first big bite of bread and bacon, but he managed to smile encouragingly.
Presently the crew came up, and the goddess spoke encouragingly to each of them.
"He repays your expense in him, Casaubon," he went on, nodding encouragingly. "I hope he will stay with me a long while and we shall make something of my documents.
"Come, the other?" the Prince remarked encouragingly.
"Not so much as some girls I know," said Polly encouragingly.
The cook stuck his head out of the galley door and grinned encouragingly at me, at the same time jerking his thumb in the direction of the man who paced up and down by the hatchway.
"Another half-hour," Gerald assured him encouragingly, "and we shall be at St.
`Are you going by the boat, ma'am,' he had asked her encouragingly. `This way.' She seemed not to know what to do.
'Only his playfulness, gen'lm'n,' said the head hostler encouragingly; 'jist kitch hold on him, Villiam.' The deputy restrained the animal's impetuosity, and the principal ran to assist Mr.
(MDCO) presented Phase 3 data on inclisiran at the European Society of Cardiology Congress, Stifel analyst Paul Matteis said the efficacy data were positive, but the focus is really on safety and "encouragingly" the adverse events, incidence of death, and serious adverse events all occurred at similar rates on inclisiran versus placebo.
The winners were encouragingly applauded and were awarded with shields and souvenirs by the notables.
"The balance sheet position is stronger and, most encouragingly, the order book and outlook for 2019 is very healthy both in terms of value and spread of activities and geographies."
Encouragingly for Albion and unusually, the last five meetings between these sides in all competitions have all resulted in away wins.
More encouragingly, 60% said they feel "quite prepared" for GDPR, while 11% believed they were "very prepared".
On his previous start, his reappearance, Marcus Tregoning's gelding had shaped encouragingly when beaten just over two lengths in eighth in the Spring Cup at Newbury after racing on what was probably the slower part of the track for the majority of the race.