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Anderson runs the bar with “the same industrious, inventive and congenial spirit” as the founders of the town of Clements, the site says.
It’s logical to expect the Taliban to push as far as they can from a position of strength and, if they succeed, to expect a geographical and societal milieu more congenial to terrorists whether the Taliban wishes it or not.
This other by what seems a congenial activity, fascinating as a game of chess, acquires uncounted millions.
The Marshal found himself in the congenial position of absolute ruler of the richest provinces of Spain.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
There he might yet live among men of his own race and degree, and of congenial beliefs and occupations.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
The Austrian campaign of 1809 called him from these congenial labours to the even more congenial operations of war.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
She, however, determined that no earthly power should induce her to marry him, unless she found in him a congenial spirit.
The soul, instinctively appreciative of beauty, will under the most adverse circumstances, evoke congenial visions.
In rejecting this system, she had no friend to conduct her to the warm, sheltered, and congenial retreats of evangelical piety.
His travelling companions were congenial, and his duties of the lightest—merely to give music lessons to young Shilovsky.

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