Have a nice day.
It already is a nice rally.
Now, I am not nice, friendly, and perfect.
At all events the phrase is “nice as NINEPENCE.”
I call it nice-ty.
What if he's not as nice as I'm expecting?"
"A nice girl doesn't force her opinions on people.
And when you are doing well, nice things will be said.
Now, Nice is suggesting that this figure be reduced to 30.
I had a nice back and forth with President Clinton, it was very comfortable.
Overall, it was pretty nice, the organization was good, the guides were very kind.
I won’t call you a nice old man, because clearly you’re not that nice.’ ”
We can say “Canary-wine is nice’ is true if and only if Canary-wine is nice” without raising the temperature.
They're black-and-silver, which helps make them look nice and professional, and they're easy to use thanks to the on-ear controls.
Dealing with this problem was deemed a top priority at the Nice summit, and new rules on QMV were indeed agreed to in the Treaty of Nice.
Not everybody will want their computer warbling even the relatively innocuous: "Nice one Cyril, nice one son, Nice one Cyril, let's have another one."
"It's a nice present for me, a nice Christmas present for the family and hopefully it's a nice present for the fans - hopefully they are behind me and I think they are.
So adoption studies typically compare nice middle-class homes with other nice middle-class homes; they tell you little about the effect of growing up in a poor or dysfunctional household.
It's nice to finally to get it, because if I don't get the record it would probably stand for another 30 years and it's nice to be the first person in 30 years to have broken it so that was cool.
Just because our last name has the word “nice” in it (the name was anglicized, on Ellis Island, from “Nice Goy,” but that’s a story for another day) does not mean that your disparagement can continue unabated.
- pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance
Example: what a nice fellow you are and we all thought you so nasty
- socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous
- done with delicacy and skill
Example: a nice bit of craft
- excessively fastidious and easily disgusted
Example: too nice about his food to take to camp cooking
- exhibiting courtesy and politeness
Example: a nice gesture
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