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  • That’s the trouble with women, that’s why they don’t make high-class executives; they haven’t any sense of diplomacy.
  • But even Paul lightened when Willis Ijams, a salesman with poetry and diplomacy, discussed flies.
  • Course they got to go some to beat you in business diplomacy, but I just mean with women.
  • He was about to bring in the tragedy of Paul, but that was too sacred even for the diplomacy of love.
  • …owned sixty-two per cent. of the Glen, the president and purchasing agent of the Zenith Street Traction Company owned twenty-eight per cent., and Jake Offutt (a gang-politician, a small manufacturer, a tobacco-chewing old farceur who enjoyed dirty politics, business diplomacy, and cheating at poker) had only ten per cent., which Babbitt and the Traction officials had given to him for "fixing" health inspectors and fire inspectors and a member of the State Transportation Commission.
  • You’re a good fellow. but I don’t know that diplomacy is your strong point."

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  • She’s not known for her diplomacy.
  • Diplomacy is the art of saying "Nice doggie" until you can find a rock.
    Will Rogers

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