Larsen had turned the liquor loose among his men surprised me, but he evidently knew their psychology and the best method of cementing in cordiality, what had begun in bloodshed.
That Wolf Larsen had turned the liquor loose among his men surprised me, but he evidently knew their psychology and the best method of cementing in cordiality what had begun in bloodshed.
Tossed aside in all the cordiality were the looming and tougher questions of future import: Vietnam and Asia, rumors of Soviet moves in Cuba, the budget, and the fall elections.
His cordiality was a complete surprise to Alyosha.
There must be heartiness in the expression, in the smile, in the hand-shake, in the cordiality, which is unmistakable.
She was merely making use of a current phrase, as was frequently her custom, and attributing no precise meaning to it, unless it were that wine vaguely suggested to her mind the idea of cordiality and the hope that after her deliverance she would see the
He recalled the cordiality of Reine's reception, and how she had spoken of the difficulties he should have to encounter.
As to reform, the Parliament was naturally slow (did any political assembly in the world ever divest itself of its own privileges without pressure from without?); but as to the abolition of the Penal Laws there was a cordiality which is remarkable, and which is seldom referred to by the Nationalist writers of the present day when they discourse about the Penal Laws.
"The same kind of cordiality that you would show to the cottagers?"