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Medtalk Not sick, not mentally disturbed, healthy
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We teach pet owners how to bridge the communication gap between them and their dogs giving them the well-mannered pets they want.
"If a father is well-mannered, the whole family becomes well-mannered.
DESPITE the dramatic issues of selfharm, drugs and violence, this gentle and sincere film is too well-mannered and low-key to hold your interest.
The well-mannered star often wishes she could assert her authority and throw tantrums on film sets like other A-listers.
However, Wingate stated that despite the five red cards, both the club and their opponents have declared that the match was 'well-mannered', although it had to be abandoned for five separate red cards at different times during the match.
In conclusion it's a well-mannered model which does nothing badly and a lot well.
This well-mannered 5-year-old is more puppy love than Norse god and wields kisses not hammers, but he does insist on being your sole canine companion.
This is not a reflection on the majority of the students, as they are well-mannered and well-behaved, but on the landlords who neglect to maintain their properties and gardens.
We deeply resent attempts to portray the students' rallies as disruptive, the rally was well-mannered.
Summit beers tend to be well-mannered exemplars of style, but this one is bold and raw.