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men·tal

(men'tăl),
1. Relating to the mind.
2. Relating to the chin. Synonym(s): genial, genian

genial

(jĭ-nī′əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the chin.

genial

adjective
Anatomy Referring or pertaining to the chin.

Vox populi
Friendly, cheerful; pleasantly mild.

men·tal

(men'tăl)
1. Relating to the mind.
2. Relating to the chin.
Synonym(s): genial, genian.
[L. mens (ment-), mind]
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Technology company Genially, the promoter of these awards, is a startup that has developed a tool to create animated and interactive content that is both easy and fun.
I was just sitting there, one of only three commuters in the entire train carriage, when this dapperly dressed, silver-haired city-gent type got on, shook the rain off his brolly and genially started greeting my fellow travellers.
"Say Waheguru!" he said genially. "Waheguru, Waheguru," he repeated musically and walked away.
Hail and farewell to ]Pod, that whale of a pod with its genially satiric aura, vivifying Asian faces of both sexes and futuristic outlook.
He twinkles genially while two teams, captained by Marcus Brigstocke and Rufus Hound, debate the hot potatoes of the day - sometimes changing sides mid-sentence.
Kaufman genially explains that if his movie is a hit, "then people will be able to pronounce it and everyone will be able to know the word synecdoche--which is a good word to know."
On the one hand, they produce a rich imaginative space for readers to participate willingly (and even genially) in overturning religious, social, and political discourses that have subjugated and oppressed American Indian and First Nations peoples; on the other hand, they tenuously depend on readers possessing a highly developed historical consciousness.
"All right, Frank," said each of them including one genially articulate driver called Gwyn who waived the fare as if it were an honour and declared: "I'm a long term card-carrying member of the Labour Party" as an explanation.
As chairman, Farber "genially twisted arms to raise funds, recruit members and ensure the association's firm foundation," according to the ICSC.
In this wide-ranging, clearly written, genially ecumenical survey, Jensen (Professor of the History of Christian Art at Vanderbilt Divinity School), tackles both the theory and practice of Christian art, from the 3rd century catacombs to the Iconoclast heresy to medieval cathedrals to Mathias Grunewald to Edwina Sandys's 1974 sculpture of a (naked) female crucified Christ.
First and most obvious, perhaps, was the assumption that someone of the perpetually off-handed, genially jesting upper classes would not be capable of "real" political expression (even if he is a prince).