The successful series of lively 'Sketches by Boz' dealing with people
and scenes about London was preliminary to 'The Pickwick Papers,' which made the author famous at the age of twenty-four.
The young man in the billycock, who did not seem to be gifted with any tact in dealing with people
beyond the general idea of clutching hold of their coats, stood outside the door, as dazed as if he had been thrown out bodily, and silently watched the other three walk away together through the garden.
If you are dealing with people
who prefer to be indirect and you are inclined to be direct, you will be less tactful in how you say things and what you say.
Experts from UK College of Policing Stephen Berg and Robert Eschore will present lectures on the responsibilities of airport officials and the methods of dealing with people
, including helping and guiding passengers.
In Latin America only one-third said English was most common when dealing with people
in other countries.
I explain what the law is and give them their options but it's not easy dealing with people
in situations where they are fragile because their relationship has failed.
WEBER: He is just great at dealing with people
and is a tremendous motivator.
Applicants must be between 20 and 57 with five Standard Grades, including English and Maths, or experience dealing with people
They were used to dealing with people
who didn't want to overcome their problem.
I have since learned that a major part of the role of VPMA is dealing with people
who are not happy.
If we consider the novel as a narrative in prose dealing with people
and their actions in a certain time and in a certain space, all of which conveys a certain vision on the part of the author; if we utilize close reading of verb tenses, adjectives, phrases in apposition, choice of nouns, point of view, and so forth to focus on even only one of the defining aspects of the genre, we can forge a host of questions enabling students to come to grips with the central issues, themes, and challenging questions that rest at the foundation of the interconnecting elements of virtually any great novelist's work.