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    1. Still, good manners kept her locked in place even if it ended up costing her life

    2. I think I heard her apologise for her bad manners later on, but I might be mistaken

    3. The writer of Hebrews said, "God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in

    4. My Michael, purred Lady Jennie after Michael relayed what Collin had said, he certainly does have manners

    5. To my surprise, Wiesse comes with Berndt and I, gracefully turning down Berndt’s polite offer that Wiesse should take the reins – they chat idly while I try to work out if this is mere good manners – the younger man deferring to the older – or because Wiesse is a skilled wagon driver, or whatever they are called

    6. “Oh my manners, excuse me, my name is Lady Emily

    7. The Shark-IV had several user panels but they controlled things like what kind of suit it wore, the color and style of hair, features, build, the sound and tone of voice it used, its manners and personality type and what hobbies it should speak of in social settings

    8. As he grew older the boy’s manners and his sulky disposition

    9. ‘I know Chris has fielded some flack because she is firm with the boys and demands that they learn manners

    10. “I… well; what is proper in this situation? My parents weren’t that great at teaching manners

    11. Alan continued to prattle about native religions and manners for awhile, Delos wasn’t really interested in that

    12. ‘Not at all, oh, sorry about my manners, this is Mr

    13. I followed him in, and I remember seeing the difference between the neat, bright doctor, with his powdered wig, as white as snow and his bright, black eyes and pleasant manners, and , with that filthy, heavy, bleared scarecrow of a pirate of ours, sitting, drunk on rum, with his arms on the table

    14. "It's just not proper manners to go where you ain't been invited, no matter who, or what, you are

    15. Good habits and manners are communicative

    16. If I was to find a welcome here, Mother had always said it was good manners for guests to bring a gift of food

    17. Their manners noted, and their states surveyed,

    18. If I opened my mouth again, she’d roll her eyes as if to say, “What an irritating child -- Nerissa doesn’t even have the manners to keep quiet while we’re courting

    19. That authority, and those jurisdictions, all necessarily flowed from the state of property and manners just now described

    20. But though this institution necessarily tended to strengthen the authority of the king, and to weaken that of the great proprietors, it could not do either sufficiently for establishing order and good government among the inhabitants of the country; because it could not alter sufficiently that state of property and manners from which the disorders arose

    21. “By the gods, where are my manners? Have a seat, friend

    22. "Mr Snickerty here has had the good manners to consider your plea

    23. The greater part of the citizens had no land ; and without it the manners and customs of those times rendered it difficult for a freeman to maintain his independency

    24. Those strange but wonderful dolphins, the gatekeepers of the ruro, did not have great manners

    25. Their manners are more re publican; and their governments, those of three of the provinces of New England in particular, have hitherto been more republican too

    26. But the owners of the great mercantile capitals are necessarily the leaders and conductors of the whole industry of every nation; and their example has a much greater influence upon the manners of the whole industrious part of it than that of any other order of men

    27. Compare the mercantile manners of Cadiz and Lisbon with those of Amsterdam, and you will be sensible how differently the conduct and character of merchants are affected by the high and by the low profits of stock

    28. The ancient Parthians appear to have been a nation of Scythian or Tartar extraction, and to have always retained a good deal of the manners of their ancestors

    29. The austerity of their manners gave them authority with the common people, who contrasted the strict regularity of their conduct with the disorderly lives of the greater part of their own clergy

    30. fruquently, too, by cultivating all those arts which best deserve, and which are therefore most likely to gain them, the esteem of people of rank and fortune; by their knowledge in all the different branches of useful and ornamental learning, by the decent liberality of their manners, by the social good humour of their conversation, and by their avowed contempt of those absurd and hypocritical austerities which fanatics inculcate and pretend to practise, in order to draw upon themselves the veneration, and upon the greater part of men of rank and fortune, who avow that they do not practise them, the abhorrence of the common people

    31. In the ancient monarchies of Europe, the manners and customs of the time sufficiently prepared the great body of the people for war; and when they took the field, they were, by the condition of their feudal tenures, to be maintained either at their own expense, or at that of their immediate lords, without bringing any new charge upon the sovereign

    32. “Forgive me Billy Boy I don’t know where my manners have gone I am sorry what must you think of me keeping you waiting on the doorstep while I prattled on and you a wounded hero as well”, and her cheeks flushed a rather nice shade of pink

    33. His manners were as polished as he looked

    34. But she put it down to his friendliness and good manners, not wanting to exclude her from the conversation

    35. “Can you forgive an ungrateful fool for his bad manners and lack of acknowledgment lads?” We all looked at this ruin of a once proud and fit man and I think we all felt a little more humble

    36. away as fast as good manners allowed

    37. His scathing commentary on the decadent manners and morals of ancient Rome is a classic that will last as long as men can still read

    38. had been attacking his meal with manners not much better than those of a lower deck hand

    39. "Sergeant, just sit back and relax and we’ll show you how we kick the (you know what) out of this criminal who obviously needs re-education in manners when dealing with female members of the SAP

    40. I hollered at Harold, ―Turn him loose! Let me have him!‖ So I proceeded to improve the conductor‘s manners and he wound up whipping the shit out of me

    41. Flying Squad manners are something you are born with: Natural aggression and individualism combined with a strong urge for killing or kicking terrorists and criminals

    42. The Flying Squad and the Dog Unit…and every detective in search of adventure quickly arrived to assist our colleagues and to teach the criminals a lesson in manners and respect for the Police

    43. residing in congested urban centers, have grown (sensibly) immune to the outbreak of unsightly or unpleasant appearances that are gradually undermining congenial customs and manners

    44. Provided ample opportunities to self-destruct, that child soon acquires disagreeable habits that, reinforced by common attitudes, establishes the rocky foundations of a society populated by lingering, single-minded adolescents who, guided by their own (―exceptional‖) rules of conduct, acquire self-centered and perhaps anti-social points of view devolving into a collection of interchangeable parts reflecting the questionable character of that society‘s lowest forms that must negatively impact its social, cultural and political institutions including schools, churches, political organizations, judicial system, the news media, corporations, all! A free and open society should never impose arbitrary limits or draw uncertain conclusions as to how an individual should (otherwise) think or act however eccentric or unconventional such attitudes may appear; although that society, by example, should seek to broaden exemplary manners and customs essential to the maintenance of proper form if that society hopes to function effectively

    45. There was one case where I fatherly spoke to a long haired liberal teenager for his bad manners

    46. Neither are polite manners nor social refinement nor moral righteousness (Egads!) readily perceptible to individuals possessing limited insight into the essential Nature of Things

    47. Art Stupefaction conceals an inherent baseness common to affected styles and manners that is often lost on the casual observer, captivated as many of them are by erratic forms for their own sake without giving considered thought to their (social) implications; radical ―art‖ forms whose intended meaning, if any, are often unclear, its premises anti-social, tasteless, adolescent, absurd, valueless and immoral

    48. A well-organized society grounded on and supported by fidelity to its traditional customs and manners once superseded by falsely conceived revisionist assumptions promotes an impressionist view of that society

    49. Anti-Heroes have always fascinated our imaginations symbolizing, as many of them do, wayward lifestyles and manners in contrast with conventional customs (seemingly) common and lacking spontaneity and originality

    50. internalized customs and manners, lies within the Hearts of Men?

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    Synonymes pour "manners"

    manners decorum culture courtesy breeding etiquette behaviour bearing deportment