But one fact was indubitable—she was in amicable relations with the highest dignitaries of all the churches and sects.
When he had finished with his speech, the governor walked out of the hall, and the noblemen noisily and eagerly—some even enthusiastically—followed him and thronged round him while he put on his fur coat and conversed amicably with the marshal of the province.
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It was an amicable divorce.
The two countries have a productive and amicable relationship.