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He is well received everywhere, because his manners are good and pleasant. It is an adjective form, like datis, and probably means „pleasant, pleasant“. It is always rewarding when two players end up in the same team with enjoyable games, with a coach who understands their symbiotic energy and optimizes their creativity in the right system. And here are some examples of pleasant to give meaning 3, with my alternative formulation in parentheses: But if meaning 3 of pleasant is not useful, a drastically sub-optimal way of expressing the intentional sense: „yes. We do not agree to exhibit the sculptures elsewhere. « . at the company`s office or any other place that is consensual for the buyer and the hantician shareholder [read that the buyer and the delegate accept in writing] service 3 gives bulk consent. It does not serve to communicate the importance required in the following extracts, namely a legally binding agreement, which is why I would rather refer to a written agreement. In everyday English, the adjective seems to have the following meaning: under conditions pleasing to the licensee [read that the licensee consents in writing] in a manner and at times consensual for the director and the president concerned [just as the director and the president agree in writing] You only censored about 16 percent of the comments, which they found politically more politically pleasing. The feathers on their thighs end up being round like shells, and since they are very thick, they have a pleasant effect. Of course, it is not used to communicate meaning 1 which is not suitable for contracts. Instead, here is an example of pleasant to convey meaning 2: in a pleasant surprise, beauty offered its hand to the handsome prince and helped him to stand up. My only problem with Heidi`s presentation of Costner`s contract dispute is that she says it`s pleasantly ambiguous.

I don`t think that`s the case, because you can easily find out the expected importance. Instead, the problem was that the treaty did not specify how the parties had to express their consent. The source of uncertainty was therefore not ambiguity, but the failure to be sufficiently specific. (Chapter 6 of the CSM deals with the different sources of uncertainty; this March 2008 blog post on AdamsDrafting is a first draft of this chapter.) The pleasant resources of Paris must certainly please each class of characters and instruct them..

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