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And this has perhaps given to the eighteenth century an urbaneness from which its predecessor was largely free.
"Anything to do with village crime -- we make that our special subject," the curator informs you with a pleasing urbaneness.
And Hazlitt, though he is very readable, has neither the urbaneness, nor the science, nor the learning, nor the wide grasp of life and of history that characterizes the three above-named.
But can anyone say that the members of the government -- the bureau chiefs frequently fare even worse -- meet in the parliamentary debates with that urbaneness of demeanor which characterizes our best society?
Such was the grandeur and urbaneness of his manner, the dignity and majesty of his carriage, that his only peer in social life could be found in courts and among those educated amid the refinements of courts and thrones.
This is the anti-Seeger, earthy sentimentality replaced by sardonic urbaneness.
Raju Puri from Vijayawada, with mere pastels on paper conveys the rural sensuousness amidst the throbbing urbaneness of Hyderabad.