Rose is generally well-mannered, polite, and has good organizational skills, and later gains the ability to help improve the brown and blue minions under your control.
Tammy was well mannered and required little supervision.
She is a very well-mannered and polite young woman who engages well with all and particularly contributed to great teamwork with her male classmates.
Zimbabweans are blamed all over the world for being too subdued, too well-mannered, just accepting anything without protest.
In 1783 he formed a connexion with Elizabeth Bridget Cane, commonly known as Mrs Armstead or Armistead, an amiable and well-mannered woman to whom he was passionately attached.
The inhabitants are described as moral, religious, hospitable to strangers, well mannered and industrious, healthy and long lived.
well-mannered horses, suited to your level.
well-mannered people who happen to drink tea.
well-mannered children still do.
You will be provided with one of our quiet and well-mannered horses, suited to your level.
What I personaly think of English people are proper, well-mannered people who happen to drink tea.
Mr Farrell, 02 Feb 06 Good service by well-mannered staff.
Pagans regarded staring as impudent, as parents of well-mannered children still do.
By nature, they are generally well mannered and calm.
With the right home environment, care and training, your puppy will grow into a well-mannered, obedient, friendly and happy dog.
Instead of being well-mannered and helpful, Velvet dresses much more provocatively and is much more lustful than her sister.
He was so well-mannered that gods sent their children to him so they could be properly schooled in polite behavior.
During the "Nylon Riots", which lasted from 1945 to 1946, normally well-mannered women would get into all out brawls over the much coveted nylons.
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