acknowledge the courtesy

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  • A lady, in such a case, must always acknowledge the courtesy by a slight bow. Cited from Frost's Laws, by Sarah Annie Frost
  • Acknowledge the courtesy he would not; refuse it he could not. Cited from St. Martin's Summer, by Rafael Sabatini
  • When a man entertains formally, each man invited, whether he accepts or not, should acknowledge the courtesy within a week. Cited from Etiquette, by Agnes H. Morton
  • I wish especially to acknowledge the courtesy of those who have given me photographs of their pictures and sculpture, to be used as illustrations. Cited from Women in the fine arts, by Clara Erskine Clement
  • I ought to acknowledge the courtesy with which Mr. Glover assisted me in my search for this valuable manuscript. Cited from History of England, James II Vol. 2, Macaulay
  • In sending a letter by a friend or acquaintance, and not through the mail, acknowledge the courtesy of your friend on the envelope. Cited from Our Deportment, by John H. Young
  • I very gratefully acknowledge the courtesy of the owners of copyright, especially Messrs. Cited from Welsh Lyrics of the Nineteenth Century, by Edmund O. Jones
  • Page & Company wish also to acknowledge the courtesy of the editors, by which they were able to arrange for the use of the original illustrations. Cited from Cicely and Other Stories, by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • The author wishes to acknowledge the courtesy of the editors in permitting her to republish them in the present volume. Cited from Cicely and Other Stories, by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • I acknowledge the courtesy of the editors of these journals for permission to reprint. Cited from Sex and Society, by William I. Thomas
  • Again we all touch our caps, for it is rigid etiquette, in accepting a light, to acknowledge the courtesy by a half military salute. Cited from The Land of the Black Mountain, by Reginald Wyon and Gerald Prance
  • Finally, it is a pleasure to acknowledge the courtesy of the publishers of the 'Century Magazine' who have freely given me the use of their illustrations. Cited from Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume I
  • They did not even glance at the gray horses which had been drawn aside to give them right of way, much less acknowledge the courtesy, but clanked by in a cloud of misty April dust. Cited from People of the Whirlpool, by Mabel Osgood Wright
  • When a married, or elderly woman tacitly invites a man to call on her by telling him what are her "at home" days or hours, it is obligatory upon him to acknowledge the courtesy. Cited from Etiquette, by Agnes H. Morton
  • The publisher desires to acknowledge the courtesy of authors and publishers in granting permission to reprint the verses contained in this book. Cited from The Best Nonsense Verses, by Various
  • "I don't know your chums, of course, but when a Boy Scout sends up a signal for help and shots are fired, it is only good manners to acknowledge the courtesy." Cited from The Call of the Beaver Patrol, by V. T. Sherman
  • In conclusion, I acknowledge the courtesy of Messers. Cited from The Breitmann Ballads, by Charles G. Leland
  • It is probable that he did also send a copy to Scott, and it is Dr. Knapp's theory that 'that busy writer forgot to acknowledge the courtesy.' It may be that this is so. Cited from George Borrow and His Circle, by Clement King Shorter
  • I have also to acknowledge the courtesy of the vergers, Mr. Newell and Miss Davis from both of whom I obtained much information; Miss Davis's long connection with the church, and the interest she takes in every detail connected with it, rendered her help most valuable. Cited from Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Saint Albans, Thomas Perkins
  • I beg to acknowledge the courtesy of Mr. Daniel C. Beard and Mr. Henry D. Cochrane in supplying a number of photographs. Cited from The Scientific American Boy, by A. Russell Bond
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