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  • He receives these salutations with gravity and buries them along with the rest of his knowledge.
  • Jarndyce," said Gridley with a rough sort of salutation, "you bear your wrongs more quietly than I can bear mine.
  • He made his former rough salutation, which was not deficient in a certain respect, to Mr. Jarndyce, and bowing slightly to us, went downstairs to his room.
  • Mr. George laughs, and with a glance at Mr. Smallweed and a parting salutation to the scornful Judy, strides out of the parlour, clashing imaginary sabres and other metallic appurtenances as he goes.
  • Sir Leicester stands to return his parting salutation, Mr. Tulkinghorn again rings, Mercury takes another flight, and Mr. Rouncewell and Rosa leave the house.
  • Here Mr. George is much dismayed by the graces and accomplishments of his nieces that are and by the beauty of Rosa, his niece that is to be, and by the affectionate salutations of these young ladies, which he receives in a sort of dream.
  • "These, young ladies," said Mrs. Pardiggle with great volubility after the first salutations, "are my five boys.

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  • The traditional Hindu salutation is "Namaste".
  • Greetings and salutations.

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