I like to see myself as an old-fashioned guy, I'm very mannerly
Because a civil and mannerly
existence is not just a more delightful way to live, but one that is essential to a well-functioning society.
I disagree - golf is responsible for not allowing a more mannerly
approach to sport to disappear, a feature which should be encouraged, not derided.
After all, if we want mannerly
period dramas, there's Downton Abbey, Mr Selfridge they're all over the place.
Derek is only 21 and he's a shy, mannerly
fellow, and it would be fair to presume he wasn't as prepared to state his case simply because he's not as experienced as senior riders.
Harry and Catherine serve as the standard bearers of a mannerly
and Manichaean age: a poster couple invented to persuade 21st-century readers of the way things once were and, presumably, still ought to be, reanimating a bygone era when men were men, women were ladies, wars were against Nazis, and even cowboys and their partners danced cheek to cheek.
He was sweet, respectful and mannerly
to a fault," she said.
The dogs were mannerly
and calm; that in itself was an amazing performance, though Brits expect and require both characteristics.
The leader of PML(N) Mian Nawaz Sharif has severely condemned the killing and said that the such incidents are the stigma on the face of mannerly
Pic will open theatrically in early 2011, while fests should show some mannerly
An eager young candidate who is articulate, tidy, clean, socially acceptable, interested, enthusiastic and mannerly
should be awarded a degree for these things alone.
Moore concludes the book by urging dog owners to teach their pets to be calm reliable and mannerly
in public places.
We are more likely now to wonder whether a few basic rules of mannerly
conduct might somehow be retrieved and reimposed.
And as Opposition leader he refused to scrum in the hallway outside the House of Commons--a Canadian journalistic tradition--preferring instead to hold very mannerly
press conferences, which the press corps mightily chafed at.
Have a look at Mannerly
Manor on page 74 and get Sandra Payne's advice on the proper etiquette for mentioning the unsightly tooth visitor.