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diffusing warmth and friendliness

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of or relating to the chin or median part of the lower jaw

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agreeable, conducive to comfort

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A dollop of tongue-in-cheek humor as well as an assortment of vintage black-and-white photographs rounds out this genial memoir.
MEDICAL technology specialist Genial Genetic Solutions is moving to larger premises and planning its expansion into the US market after securing a new funding package.
Now genial Christopher Biggins, who I know and who does not have a nasty bone in his body, has won.
ALWAYS one to rely on for a quip, Coventry's genial grader Simon Harris took on the burden of Monday's hastily-rearranged afternoon card with typical good humour after dense fog had claimed the Sunday card.
Two genial high school classmates act out the simple, positive lifestyle patterns described in this much-needed antidote to the bombardment of today's children with advertisements for unhealthy foods.
Hosted by the limber and genial Carol Argo herself, who has traveled worldwide to train instructors and teach east/west fusion workouts, The Anti Aging Method is enthusiastically recommended for personal fitness DVD libraries everywhere.
I contacted Gren, who instantly agreed to produce a genial caricature of the man.
Episodes" include demonstrations of hacking software (such as Windows password-cracking software) and interviews with hackers who come in to demonstrate what the genial hosts call "code monkey goodness.
Starting with an encounter with a rather genial Death, Beatriz enters a strange and lovely land.
In his defense, though, Sayer describes Jack's demeanour towards his students as unfailingly courteous, genial and cheerful.
He was known as the "Dean and First Gentleman" of the New York City co-op business for his genial manners and honorable ways.
The genial "Fred" did not pioneer the so-called "budget airlines or low cost" as we know them today.
He is a man with a genial smile who doesn't hesitate to express a caustic but well-thought-out remark.
4) In fact, Corb's plans (the transport ones at least) have largely been altered by the amazing and sometimes genial age-old Indian chaos of which Sorkin suggests that progress through the 'sluggish maelstrom' of traditional Indian cities is humanly satisfying because it encourages 'local negotiation for the right of passage'.
In one gallery, Charles Ray's gritty black-and-white photographs face off with the color ones of genial Dutch-born Conceptualist Bas Jan Ader.