1 For Mr. Bhaer talked well in this genial atmosphere, and did himself justice.
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2 It seemed natural: it seemed genial to be so well loved, so caressed by him.
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3 A kind of pleasant stupor was stealing over me as I sat by the genial fire.
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4 His features were pretty yet, and his eye and complexion brighter than I remembered them, though with merely temporary lustre borrowed from the salubrious air and genial sun.
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5 My health forbade me from venturing out unless the weather was exceptionally genial, and I had no friends who would call upon me and break the monotony of my daily existence.
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6 Notwithstanding the prescription of the genial hermit, with which his guest willingly complied, he found it no easy matter to bring the harp to harmony.
7 He received us in his quietly genial fashion, ordered fresh rashers and eggs, and joined us in a hearty meal.
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8 His manner was suddenly genial.
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9 I found him, to my astonishment, quite composed and most genial in his manner.
10 He was very genial and very appreciative of what we had done, and took off our hands all cares as to details.
11 "There will be no difficulty, sir," said the genial frame-maker, beginning, with the aid of his assistant, to unhook the picture from the long brass chains by which it was suspended.
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12 The sky was bright, and there was a genial warmth in the air.
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13 The pleasant showers and genial warmth of spring greatly altered the aspect of the earth.
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14 The course terminated, and Mr. Pumblechook had begun to beam under the genial influence of gin and water.
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15 Vronsky looked round angrily, but his face lighted up immediately with his characteristic expression of genial and manly serenity.
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