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“Presenting its Economic Trends surveys, he would joust good-humouredly with journalists about how far up an imaginary ladder the long-awaited economic recovery might have climbed.”
““No resistance was offered by any enemy national and for the most part they submitted cheerfully and good-humouredly,” Sir Mark noted.”
“Well, well, we won't argue about that," said the police officer good-humouredly.”
“Varenka, with her white kerchief over her black hair, surrounded by the children and gaily and good-humouredly busy with them, and at the same time visibly excited at the possibility of an offer of marriage from a man she cared for, Varenka looked very attractive.”
“Colonel Pickwick spluttered good-humouredly: Dear me, no.”
“Varenka, with her white kerchief over her black hair, surrounded by the children and gaily and good-humouredly busy with them, and at the same visibly excited at the possibility of an offer of marriage from a man she cared for, looked very attractive.”
“Mill, stripping her round pretty arms, and looking actively and good-humouredly round for some duty that she could discharge, “but just — I thought ye might like to ken if they were coming back, just to get the dinner forward.””
““Thou hadst been no true Varangian hadst thou not enquired after that,” said the Emperor, nodding good-humouredly towards him.”
““If I thought so,” said Roland — but he was interrupted by Sir Robert Melville, who said to him good-humouredly, “Dispute it not, young friend — resistance can do no good, but may well run thee into danger.””
“‘I dare say I shall, Richard,’ answered Fairford good-humouredly.”
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