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Hicks said Carroll and his wife Patti agreed to an amicable separation and, according to other friends, the two divorced around 1971 but remained lifelong friends.
PROMINENT LGBTQ NIGHTLIFE FIGURE ALLEN CARROLL DIES AT 79LOU CHIBBARO JR.APRIL 20, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Jong Hyun Kim, chief executive of LG Energy Solution, and Jun Kim, chief executive of SK Innovation, said in a joint statement that they would “compete in an amicable way.”
SOUTH KOREAN BATTERY MAKERS REACH LAST-MINUTE SETTLEMENTSTEVEN MUFSONAPRIL 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
There will be an amicable settlement; and my word will be a knot in the chain of satisfactory evidence they will elicit.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Early in May amicable relations between the courts of England and Naples commenced.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.III.E. FARR AND E. H. NOLAN
In 1790 two societies were established in that city for the private and amicable discussion of miscellaneous questions.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
With the rest of the Whitford society, the bride did not enter into intimate, or even amicable, relations.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
You have memories and associations in common that the new-comers know nothing about, and quasi-amicable rearrangements are made.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EVIDENCEOLIVER ONIONS
Finally an amicable adjudication and division out of court was arranged by common friends.
SILVER CHIMES IN SYRIAW. S. NELSON
The word inimical implies un-amicable, or unfriendly, whence Michael was seemingly the Friend of Man.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
The two walked off together, leaving Duplay and Sloyd very amicable.
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