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in a gregarious manner

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in a sociable manner

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Perhaps the idea is that such encouragement will be a new part of the causal chain affecting each individual's behaviour, so compelling his readers to act more sociably.
This prompts us to avoid seeking sociably to provide help and example sufficient to make it public, to see it shared, the first step toward which might be .
Between his student days and now, Althamer has produced multiple self-portraits; has sociably shared authorship with a heterodox swath of groups and communities (including adults with disabilities, employees of his father's plastics factory, and--for this show--assistants at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin); has emphasized the imaginative potential of carefully constructed altered realities; and, on several occasions (e.
They will talk about the elephants' confined isolation on the road chained misery for sensitive creatures that, in the wild, roam widely and live sociably in family herds.
The cozy 2,800-square-foot interior features olive green leather banquettes, blue formica tabletops and walnut touches, while a patio extends sociably onto Melrose Avenue.
But, on closer inspection, he discovers a different nature--peaceable denizens who engage him sociably and seem perplexed by his unease.
She chatted sociably to the youthful art majors and the then little-known instructor, Linda Nochlin, about the struggles of "developing a personal style," the prosaic routines of artists and writers confided in Virginia Woolf's recently published A Writer's Diary, and the challenges of being a woman artist in a male-dominated environment (134).
A great choice for vegetarians due to the number of veggie tapas, sides and curries on the menu, we opted to eat sociably and share everything, making all our selections from the comprehensive street food menu.
Card playing was then thought of by many outsiders to village societies as at best a way to pass time sociably and at worst an arena of conflict and pathology.
Over time, different ritualized greetings have become more sociably acceptable, such that in modern times things like the handshake have near-universal acceptance in Western society.
His handshake is sociably firm, his hands small, fingers a
Stephanie Abrams, co-founder of social media and marketing firm Sociably, says playing poker helped her rein in her emotions in business scenarios.
Volunteer Roxana Aldea said: "The purpose of the campaign was to change misconceptions about recycling and wearing second-hand clothes while highlighting the negative impact we have on the planet; the workshop we organised proved that people are aware of the importance of working towards building a sustainable environment, a place where it is sociably acceptable to up-cycle your old clothes and buy items from the charity shop.
From an urbanist's point of view, it is great to see citizens, even in chilly, damp December air, sociably occupying public space, chatting with friends, many struggling to support a litre of Weissbier, with a huge wurst in the other fist.