Considerate sentence examples

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  • At least he was considerate enough not to comment on her obvious interest in his physique.

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  • Soon afterwards (77) he was elected praetor, and was next appointed to the province of Africa, where he again won a good name as a just and considerate governor.

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  • The upright and considerate manner in which he treated the provincials won him their affection, but at the same time brought upon him the hatred of Nero, who felt specially aggrieved because Soranus had refused to punish a city which had defended the statues of its gods against the Imperial commissioners.

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  • He was entirely devoted to the affairs of his regiment and was considerate and kind to his men and officers.

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  • Strict and severe as he was with his soldiers, he was particularly considerate to the people generally, and made their burdens as light as possible.

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  • Burghley's private life was singularly virtuous; he was a faithful husband, a careful father and a considerate master.

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  • As Paley says, he loves " to record their fidelity to their masters, their sympathy in the trials of life, their gratitude for kindness and considerate treatment, and their pride in bearing the character of honourable men..

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  • Naturally tactful and considerate, he never put difficulties in the way of the responsible ministers.

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  • - Recognizing the difficulties of the position, Cecil Rhodes from the outset of his political career showed his desire to conciliate Dutch sentiment by considerate treatment and regard for Dutch prejudices.

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  • Every project of a material change in a government so complicated as ours is a matter full of difficulties; in which a considerate man will not be too ready to decide, a prudent man too ready to undertake, or an honest man too ready to promise."

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  • During his tenure of office he did much to give the Sudanese the benefit of a just and considerate government.

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  • I'll try to be a little more considerate.

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  • considerate of the needs of others.

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  • considerate behavior gradually develops within the class.

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  • To me he was always quiet and calm, softly spoken and always considerate.

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  • You already made that choice - only you weren't considerate enough to inform me.

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  • However, they should always be considerate and be sure to laugh with their friends rather than at them.

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  • Be considerate when lighting bonfires or having a barbecue, not everyone wants their washing to smell of smoke and charred sausages!

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  • No. Respect and honor is a two way street, and your partner and his/her family should be considerate of you as well.

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  • No matter what you come up with, it's a considerate gesture to create a cake for someone you care about, and that sentiment will be apparent in your work.

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  • Be kind, considerate, and accommodating, if possible.

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  • considerate of other roads users.

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  • Sales people should be considerate with your time.

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  • You used to be so considerate.

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  • Polite, considerate with none of the usual brash braggadocio we're used to.

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  • Increasing insight into the interdependences of society makes people more considerate.

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  • considerate manner to retain the friendly atmosphere of the center.

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  • considerate contractors Scheme has been carried out at the site.

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  • considerate attitude to debtors which eventually resulted in the ending of imprisonment just for owing money.

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  • considerate drivers pull into Passing Places to allow faster moving traffic behind to pass.

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  • In the future I'd like to get involved in environmentally considerate contracting.

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  • considerate in future.

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  • considerate of the other people in the ground who wish to sit down during play.

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  • It costs nothing to be considerate and allow for the other person's inexperience.

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  • With children he was affectionate and gentle, with old people and strangers considerate.

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  • Friends exchange gifts, and thus occasion is taken to relieve the necessities of the poor in the most considerate manner under the guise of gifts.

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  • But I know what you mean, and I'll be more considerate about using that word.

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  • Wait until Mary moves on, and try to be considerate.

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  • The most romantic things you can do when you propose, however, are to be sincere and to be considerate.

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  • How nice it was to feel protected by someone so considerate.

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  • considerate neighbors!

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  • Nearly all cars are very considerate - I cant wait to get back!

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  • However, I doubt they would be so considerate to a lower life form.

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  • Something told her Darkyn wasn't so considerate.

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  • The famous letter to Pliny about the Christians is, according to Roman ideas, merciful and considerate.

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  • And if you want to be really considerate why not take the emphasis away from loud bangs to apple bobbing and sparklers?

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  • You have behaved in an banana guide unusually considerate manner.

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  • considerate in the countryside - keep to footpaths, especially through crops, and leave farm gates as you find them.

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  • considerate of others Please don't bring your own sound system.

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  • In many ways, I think our past has made modern Germany a more thoughtful, considerate country.

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  • Debbie is so obliging, considerate, caring and amusing.

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  • Just someone saying ' thank you ' to her for a kind or considerate act made her happy.

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  • In the interview Amis described Deller as ' genial, straightforward, considerate, clear-eyed ' and ' charmingly uxorious ' .

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  • The Koran breathes a considerate and kindly spirit towards the class, and encourages manumission.

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  • His financial legislation was careful and considerate; his laws' as to the customs and the corn tithes were accepted and maintained under the Roman government, and one of the many bad acts of the notorious Verres, according to Cicero, was to set them aside (Cic. In Verr.

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  • His tastes were singularly modest, his manners rather reserved, but always kind and considerate for humble folk.

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  • Be fair and considerate, though; they are selling them for a reason, but they shouldn't be haggled right out of them.

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  • If you decide to use an open container or heap for your compost, scent might also become an issue, so be considerate of your neighbors.

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  • Nothing could be more affectionate than his behaviour to his wife on serious occasions, such as the death of her mother, and he could be considerate when his attention was called to the facts.

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  • For the next fifteen years Washington's life at Mount Vernon, where he made his home after his marriage, was that of a typical Virginia planter of the more prosperous sort, a consistent member and vestryman of the Established (Episcopal) Church, a large slave-holder, a strict but considerate master, and.

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  • In his domestic life King Charles was regular, and was a considerate master, though he had a somewhat caustic tongue and took a rather cynical view of mankind.

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  • Had the overlords been more considerate incorporation with Edinburgh would not have been so bitterly resisted.

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  • In the interview Amis described Deller as ' genial, straightforward, considerate, clear-eyed ' and ' charmingly uxorious '.

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  • Comfort: Not every woman is comfortable in the same type of hair style, and a considerate bride will allow her bridesmaids to choose styles they are most comfortable with.

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  • Be considerate of your bridesmaids and other attendants by choosing bridal party dresses that are appropriate to the season.

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  • Selecting two or three retailers is a considerate gesture.

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  • If you have a dog that does a lot of barking when you are not home, when you are at a hotel you should be considerate and bring along a training tool to make sure your dog will not bark if you have to leave your dog in the room alone.

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  • You really need to be considerate of your dog's needs.

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  • This ruthlessness towards their own citizens, who were arraigned before military courts in trials for high treason, stood in curious contrast to the considerate treatment of " enemy aliens," who were comparatively little molested.

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  • Observations have revealed that children who are well liked by peers typically show helpful, courteous, and considerate behavior.

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  • After all, a man who takes care of himself and his personal space shows he is independent and considerate.

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  • True romance is found in the heart, and you can share it through a sincere and considerate marriage proposal.

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  • Some of the best romantic tips for engagement proposals are also some of the most necessary: you must be considerate of your partner.

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  • By being considerate of your partner, you show more than a desire to get married - you show that you are willing to put her first and to care for her needs.

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  • If you are sincere and considerate when you ask your beloved to marry you, that moment will always be remembered as one of the most romantic in your relationship.

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  • Though styles evolve seasonally, the Baby Phat line is fairly considerate when it comes to color.

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  • The governing planet of a Capricorn is slow-moving Saturn, and some astrologers suggest that Capricorns define their approach to life in a similar fashion as Saturn; they are slow, considerate and not quick to jump into things.

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  • The characters on the show are polite and considerate of each other.

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  • James has shown his skills in communicating while also being considerate of others.

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  • Part of good parenting is teaching your children to be considerate of others.

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  • Be considerate of your downstairs neighbors!

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  • It is considerate to make sure that no one feels isolated or left out of the games.

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  • She was kind, thoughtful and considerate.

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  • All in all, an absolutely first-class service from a considerate professional.

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  • To colleagues and subordinates alike, he was considerate and tolerant; he was unassuming, trustworthy in the smallest detail, accurate and comprehensive in thought, energetic and conscientious in action.

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  • Aquarians are kind, considerate, and friendly.

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  • They are very committed to the relationship and are also trustworthy and considerate.

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