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cor·dial

(kōr'jŭl),
A sweet aromatic liquor.
[Mediev. L. cordialis, fr. cor (cord-), heart]
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After the ceremony was concluded the turkmen leader gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov cordially bade a farewell to those present and left the venue.
On behalf of the Artsakh people, the authorities and myself I congratulate You cordially once more and wish You peace, robust
The demonstrations of your affection are such, and the beautiful words of your letter are so cordially phrased, that they really oblige me to honour, love, and serve you for ever, imploring you to agree to continue in this same firm and constant purpose, assuring you that for my part I will out-do you, if this be possible, rather than reciprocate, in loyalty of heart and my desire to please you; and you, without any other ties in your heart, can further this.
To Maestro Bartolucci, to the members of the foundation and to all of you who are present here, I cordially impart the apostolic blessing.
Members of this year group, other former students, partners and staff are cordially invited to attend.
Northerners and southerners mingle cordially, but it's acknowledged that the Tilburyites enjoyed the lion's share of Bata "trimmings"--swimming pool, social facilities, and so on.
We were cordially invited to go and see how they did it.
Scholars, professionals and stakeholders are cordially invited to participate in this meaningful event.
Obstructions'' consists of footage in which von Trier and Leth cordially yet hotly debate each regulation, followed by Leth griping to the camera about the impossibility of it all, which is then followed by him going out and pulling off each trick in ridiculously far-flung corners of the globe (Cuba, a Bombay red-light district, Brussels, an Austin computer- animation studio).
All previous members are cordially invited to attend.
You are most cordially invited to join this growing number of camp professionals and interested parties from outside the field of camping.