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The arrival of the Clintons, Bushes and Obamas put us back in mind of presidential continuity and eras defined by more conventionally amicable transfers of power.
Sure, Sheppard has made clear his desire to build around Beal and emphasized the amicable relationship between the team and its 27-year-old franchise player.
It was in perfect amicability, yet in perfect silence, that the two finished their short walk to Theron's house.
ISTAR OF BABYLONMARGARET HORTON POTTER
Promptly, inexplicably, with amicability, gratefully it was declined.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
Why and for what purpose does this apparent amicability exist?
TROPIC DAYSE. J. BANFIELD
An appearance of amicability was assumed, and to the old argument they went, baiting the poor author like a bear tied to a stake.
RATTLIN THE REEFEREDWARD HOWARD
Some hours later the two masters parted, in perfect amicability.
THE GENIUSMARGARET HORTON POTTER

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