If they're going to lock us in here, he thought, they could at least give us the courtesy of a decent view out.
He now said something to his wife who, without leaving her place, addressed a few words of gratitude and courtesy to me.
All courtesy is mutual, and it is almost obligatory upon the salesman who has been entertained to return the courtesy in kind.
PUTTING COURTESY INTO BUSINESS 40 IV.
He was received with courtesy by Abdullah, and forthwith conducted before the Mahdi.
There she was again, not a minute after I had left her, placed purposely in a position which made it a matter of common courtesy on the part of the clergyman to bow to her for a second time.
It’s quite clear we must treat the impudent creature’s attempt with disdain, and redouble our courtesy towards Evgenie.
The distinguished courtesy with which Lord Steyne treated her charmed everybody who witnessed his behaviour, caused the severest critics to admit how perfect a gentleman he was, and to own that his Lordship's heart at least was in the right place.
We have said a good deal as we came along about courtesy toward oneself and other people, but perhaps the most valuable of all courtesies in business is politeness toward one's job.
In the pages which follow we shall go into detail and watch courtesy at work among certain groups and individuals.
There were not many exchanges of courtesies between them at first, although, the door being open the second day he arrived, he saw that an artist worked there, for the easel was visible.
After exchanging a few courtesies about who was to carry out the next tasks - the gentlemen did not seem to have been allocated specific functions - one of them went to K. and took his coat, his waistcoat, and finally his shirt off him.
There I halted on my way home, and met with courtesy from the representative.
Of course it is unjust, but one of the first laws of discipline is to learn to be composed in the face of injustice, and the first law of courtesy for the office boy (and other employees would do just as well to follow) is: Don't be too harsh with the boss!
He was not the man to omit any of the courtesies due to the fair sex, and turned his steps immediately to a fashionable florist’s, where he ordered a large bunch of red roses to be sent at once to Mrs. Fitzherbert.
After a brisk exchange of courtesies during which a smart upper cut of the military man brought blood freely from his opponent’s mouth the lamb suddenly waded in all over his man and landed a terrific left to Battling Bennett’s stomach, flooring him flat.