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convoCoalition of National Voluntary Organizations
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Questioned as to certain private conversations which had passed between her late daughter-in-law and herself, she declared that Mrs.
"Did you yourself ever recommend arsenic, or mention it casually, in the course of the private conversations which you have described?"
"Do let us have a little music," cried Miss Bingley, tired of a conversation in which she had no share.
He took the seat indicated to him beside the fair Helene and listened to the general conversation.
After that Anna Pavlovna led up to the courage and firmness of the King of Prussia, in order to draw Boris into the conversation.
Boris promised to fulfill her wish and was about to begin a conversation with her, when Anna Pavlovna called him away on the pretext that her aunt wished to hear him.
"Bill!" he called, and he went into the next room where he promptly came across and aide-de-camp of his acquaintance and dropped into conversation with him about an actress and her protector.
Thomson moved his chair next to his host's Geraldine's father, Admiral Sir Seymour Conyers, was a very garrulous old gentleman with fixed ideas about everything, a little deaf and exceedingly fond of conversation. He proceeded to give his prospective son-in-law a detailed lecture concerning the mismanagement of the field hospitals at the front, and having disposed of that subject, he opened a broadside attack upon the Admiralty.
"Personally," the Admiral observed, joining in the conversation, "I consider the submarine danger the greatest to which this country has yet been exposed.
de Chanost, walked as if entirely absorbed in the conversation of his son-in-law.
The Scottish and international initiative, led by its creative director, the poet Tom Pow, brings together high-profile partners in a bid to celebrate the positive power of conversation to open our minds and to counter growing social polarisation.
Cheliotes, a coach, trainer, and school administrator, and Reilly, an author and leadership coach who has been a teacher, principal, and superintendent, provide school leaders and teachers with a guide to coaching conversation skills needed for making systemic change.