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28 Cordiality Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cordiality Sayings By Alice Oseman: Happiness," he says, "is the price of profound thought.""Who's that quote from?" I ask.He winks. Happiness," he says, "is the price of profound thought."
"Who's that quote from?" I ask.
He winks. "Me. — Alice Oseman
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Cordiality Sayings By Margery Allingham: The relationship between the two men was something of a miracle in itself. It was The relationship between the two men was something of a miracle in itself. It was a cordiality based, apparently, on complete non-comprehension cemented by a deep mutual respect for the utterly unknown. No two men saw less eye to eye and the result was unexpected harmony, as if a dog and a fish had mysteriously become friends and were proud each of the other's remarkable dissimilarity to himself. — Margery Allingham
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Cordiality Sayings By Shawn Michaels: Now I've heard the phrase 'there's no such thing as an ugly baby' but that Now I've heard the phrase 'there's no such thing as an ugly baby' but that is an ugly baby! — Shawn Michaels
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Cordiality Sayings By Humphry Davy: The well-mannered man never puts out his hand in greeting until a lady extends hers. The well-mannered man never puts out his hand in greeting until a lady extends hers. This is a test of good breeding that is constantly applied ... The first move in the direction of cordiality must come from the lady, the whole code of behaviour being based on the assumption that she is the social superior. — Humphry Davy
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Cordiality Sayings By Diodorus Siculus: Such was the end of Philip (II, king of Macedonia) ... He had ruled 24 Such was the end of Philip (II, king of Macedonia) ... He had ruled 24 years. He is known to fame as one who with but the slenderest resources to support his claim to a throne won for himself the greatest empire among the Hellenes (Greeks), while the growth of his position was not due so much to his prowess in arms as to his adroitness and cordiality in diplomacy. — Diodorus Siculus
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Cordiality Sayings By Ron Hansen: So it went. Bob was increasingly cynical, leery, uneasy; Jesse was increasingly cavalier, merry, moody, So it went. Bob was increasingly cynical, leery, uneasy; Jesse was increasingly cavalier, merry, moody, fey, unpredictable. If his gross anatomy suggested a strong smith in his twenties, his actual physical constitution was that of a man who was incrementally dying. He was sick with rheums and aches and lung congestions, he tilted against chairs and counters and walls, in cold weather he limped with a cane. He coughed incessantly when lying down, his clever mind was often in conflict, insomnia stained his eye sockets like soot, he seemed in a state of mourning. He counteracted the smell of neglected teeth with licorice and candies, he browned his graying hair with dye, he camouflaged his depressions and derangements with masquerades of extreme cordiality, courtesy, and good will toward others. — Ron Hansen
Cordiality Sayings By Sri Chinmoy: Mysticism, poor mysticism! When it is underestimated and oversimplified, it comes down from its original Mysticism, poor mysticism! When it is underestimated and oversimplified, it comes down from its original sphere and stands beside religion. — Sri Chinmoy
Cordiality Sayings By George Savile: A man man may dwell so long upon a thought that it may take him A man man may dwell so long upon a thought that it may take him prisoner. — George Savile
Cordiality Sayings By Seth Shostak: Heads are a good deal, and I think they would be a common feature. It's Heads are a good deal, and I think they would be a common feature. It's hard to think of species that don't have heads, although there are some. It's good to have a head because it puts some of the sensory organs - eyes, ears, whiskers or whatever - next to the CPU, the brain. — Seth Shostak
Cordiality Sayings By Elle Lothlorien: I look around briefly at the other players like I always do before a game. I look around briefly at the other players like I always do before a game. Other than Queenie, Bill, and Talon, I don't know any of them (and I don't care enough about them to know them). But if there's going to be any cordiality, any forced politeness or 'Aw, shucks, let's all just try to have a good time here tonight' kind of blather, then now's the time to get it out of the way before I get down to the business of screwing everyone out of their hopes and dreams. — Elle Lothlorien
Cordiality Sayings By Albert Camus: Everyone gives much more and the receipts are considerable. Typical of American generosity. Their hospitality, Everyone gives much more and the receipts are considerable. Typical of American generosity. Their hospitality, their cordiality are like that too, spontaneous and without affectation. It's what's best in them. — Albert Camus
Cordiality Sayings By Sophy Burnham: To believe in God or in a guiding force because someone tells you to is To believe in God or in a guiding force because someone tells you to is the height of stupidity. We are given senses to receive our information within. With our own eyes we see, and with our own skin we feel. With our intelligence, it is intended that we understand. But each person must puzzle it out for himself or herself. — Sophy Burnham
Cordiality Sayings By Natalie Goldberg: The things that make you a functional citizen in society - manners, discretion, cordiality - The things that make you a functional citizen in society - manners, discretion, cordiality - don't necessarily make you a good writer. Writing needs raw truth, wants your suffering and darkness on the table, revels in a cutting mind that takes no prisoners ... — Natalie Goldberg
Cordiality Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: The same thing happened to me that, according to legend, happened to Parmeniscus, who in The same thing happened to me that, according to legend, happened to Parmeniscus, who in the Trophonean cave lost the ability to laugh but acquired it again on the island of Delos upon seeing a shapeless block that was said to be the image of the goddess Leto. When I was very young, I forgot in the Trophonean cave how to laugh; when I became an adult, when I opened my eyes and saw actuality, then I started to laugh and have never stopped laughing since that time. I saw that the meaning of life was to make a living, its goal to be- come a councilor, that the rich delight oflove was to acquire a well-to-do girl, that the blessedness of friendship was to help each other in financial difficulties, that wisdom was whatever the majority assumed it to be, that enthusiasm was to give a speech, that courage was to risk being fined ten dollars, that cordiality was to say "May it do you good" after a meal, that piety was to go to communion once a year. This I saw, and I laughed. — Soren Kierkegaard
Cordiality Sayings By Thomas Brooks: Faith is the champion of Grace, and Love the nurse; but Humility is the beauty Faith is the champion of Grace, and Love the nurse; but Humility is the beauty of Grace. — Thomas Brooks
Cordiality Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Her entrance was greeted by a general outcry of cordiality that made her mildly ashamed Her entrance was greeted by a general outcry of cordiality that made her mildly ashamed of her cynicism. — Diana Gabaldon
Cordiality Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: When people look and decide they have nothing in common with me - I'm 43, When people look and decide they have nothing in common with me - I'm 43, balding, blond, whatever - there's something absolutely invigorating about winning them over. Even if it's eight people from Sweden who don't understand what I'm talking about. — Jim Gaffigan
Cordiality Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: When I was very young and in the cave of Trophonius I forgot to laugh. When I was very young and in the cave of Trophonius I forgot to laugh. Then, when I got older, when I opened my eyes and saw the real world, I began to laugh and I haven't stopped since. I saw that the meaning of life was to get a livelihood, that the goal of life was to be a High Court judge, that the bright joy of love was to marry a well-off girl, that the blessing of friendship was to help each other out of a financial tight spot, that wisdom was what the majority said it was, that passion was to give a speech, that courage was to risk being fined 10 rix-dollars, that cordiality was to say 'You're welcome' after a meal, and that the fear of God was to go to communion once a year. That's what I saw. And I laughed. — Soren Kierkegaard
Cordiality Sayings By Michael Martin Hammer: The transitional concept of management is reaching the end of the road. The transitional concept of management is reaching the end of the road. — Michael Martin Hammer
Cordiality Sayings By B.C. Forbes: The way to make a true friend is to be one. Friendship implies loyalty, esteem, The way to make a true friend is to be one. Friendship implies loyalty, esteem, cordiality, sympathy, affection, readiness to aid, to help, to stick, to fight for, if need be ... Radiate friendship and it will return sevenfold. — B.C. Forbes
Cordiality Sayings By John Galsworthy: The Forsytes were resentful of something, not individually, but as a family; this resentment expressed The Forsytes were resentful of something, not individually, but as a family; this resentment expressed itself in an added perfection of raiment, an exuberance of family cordiality, an exaggeration of family importance, and the sniff. Danger so indispensable in bringing out the fundamental quality of any society, group, or individual was what the Forsytes scented; the premonition of danger put a burnish on their armour. For the first time, as a family, they appeared to have an instinct of being in contact, with some strange and unsafe thing. — John Galsworthy
Cordiality Sayings By Harper Lee: They had never been able to sustain fifteen minutes' conversation with one another without advancing They had never been able to sustain fifteen minutes' conversation with one another without advancing irreconcilable points of view, invigorating in friendships, but in close blood relations producing only uneasy cordiality. — Harper Lee
Cordiality Sayings By Octavio Paz: It has always surprised me that in a world of relations as hard as that It has always surprised me that in a world of relations as hard as that of the United States, cordiality constantly springs out like water from an unstanchable fountain. — Octavio Paz
Cordiality Sayings By Anne Bronte: Preserve me from such cordiality! It is like handling briar-roses and may-blossoms - bright enough Preserve me from such cordiality! It is like handling briar-roses and may-blossoms - bright enough to the eye, and outwardly soft to the touch, but you know there are thorns beneath, and every now and then you feel them too; and perhaps resent the injury by crushing them in till you have destroyed their power, though somewhat to the detriment of your own fingers. — Anne Bronte
Cordiality Sayings By Javier Marias: He'll be a minister in Spain some day, or, at the very least, ambassador to He'll be a minister in Spain some day, or, at the very least, ambassador to Washington, he's exactly the kind of pretentious fool with just a thin veneer of cordiality that the Right produces by the dozen and which the Left reproduces and imitates whenever they're in power, as if they were the victims of some form of contagion. — Javier Marias
Cordiality Sayings By Trisha Ashley: I'm terribly sorry, Fergal!''What for? I'm beginning to feel as if it's mine, too! I'm terribly sorry, Fergal!'
'What for? I'm beginning to feel as if it's mine, too! — Trisha Ashley
Cordiality Sayings By Anthony Trollope: Courtesty and cordiality are not only not the same, but they are incompatible. Why so? Courtesty and cordiality are not only not the same, but they are incompatible. Why so? Courtesy is an effort, and cordiality is free. — Anthony Trollope
Cordiality Sayings By Jane Austen: As he quitted the room, Elizabeth felt how improbable it was that they should ever As he quitted the room, Elizabeth felt how improbable it was that they should ever see each other again on such terms of cordiality... and as she threw a retrospective glance over the whole of their acquaintance, so full of contradictions and varieties, sighed at the perverseness of those feelings which would now have promoted its continuance, and would formerly have rejoiced in its termination. — Jane Austen