I've always been polite to you.
People were polite to each other.
We are polite to each other here.
However, the captain was coolly polite to the Frogs, every inch the British gentleman.
Please be polite to other users, for a more enjoyable time for you and other chatters.
I feel a little sorry for the people answering the calls, but I was very polite to him and he was very polite to me.
They bounced him for no other reason than he was reasonably polite to Obama, in keeping with his duly elected office.
Elvis politely -- he was always polite to strangers -- excused himself and later told Weintraub that the deal was off.
Be polite in your interactions.
Be polite in what you write, be.
Be polite in explaining your case.
It was not an American bar any more -- he felt polite in it, and not as if he owned it.
Lastly, remember to be respectful and polite in all your correspondence with the media.
They were all very smart and polite in their school uniforms and seemed to have integrated well with the local kids.
I was extremely polite in the message being sure to say please and only referring to himself and Jeffrey Loria as Mr.
It is understood that Hodgson was simply being polite in suggesting that Cole could be captain for the game in Warsaw.
Of course they were polite about it.
Still, at least he was polite about it.
You were very smooth and polite about it.
Be polite about it, not assigning any blame, and state unequivocally that it's over.
I thought it was going to be a proper sh*t meal, but they were quite polite about it.
I just believe that people who say that we are not rivals are glossing over, are trying to be too polite about it.
Always be polite with your criticism.
He's tall, polite with smile on his face.
Be polite with the people who are helping you with your plans and with those whose services you need.
I think these things made me a little nervous, so I was extra polite with Gendarmes, Police and Customs in Ghardaia.
Also that they are only being polite with me in a conversation and eagerly want to talk to someone else who shows up.
She has four children whom by all accounts are well mannered and polite with minimal assistance in looking after them.
He was polite for the Jo's sake.
For one thing, it is polite for others.
To put it plainly: too polite for our own good.
Berend, it's tempting to say you've helped to prove my point, but I'd far too polite for that.
They were polite for a few moments; then they said that they had come to verify a bit of news.
You need to be polite at all times.
Everyone was very polite at the party.
Seems overbearingly nice and polite at the moment.
Take your time Whatever happens in the negotiation, remain assertive but polite at all times.
Try to stay calm and polite at all times, however time-consuming and convoluted the process is.
By asking her in the first place, he wasn't being polite at all -- he was being creepy and rude.
It looked to me like he was afraid of offending Romney - that Obama's inner child who was taught to be polite at all times took over.
My fun mood that I had dropped at that moment when I saw this: The words that came out of my mouth were none too polite at this point.
Which is, if nothing else, polite of it.
Be the most polite of people you could be.
Try to deal with your father in the politest of manners.
I've just written to everyone at the EC I can find telling them to get their heads out of their arses (in the politest of terms).
Write a polite by promoting ethics.
And that is being polite by the way.
We calcuttans are very receptive are very polite by nature.
The American expected a show of involvement; the British couple were being polite by not imposing.
She likely knows these answers don't lend their way to a meaningful conversation, and is just trying to be polite by responding without giving you the wrong idea.
What would you like to drink? Would you like to come with us? Yes / no questions Requests and statements can be made more polite by putting them in the form of yes/no questions.
No, you tend to be polite on it.
Yeah, keep calling and remember to be very polite on the fone.
Although Charles was polite on phone while discussing with this.
The Japanese excel in courtesy; they are meticulously polite on the outside.
Plus, you can smoke wherever you want, and everyone is very polite on the phone.
He penned a letter that's quite polite on the surface, and yet also deeply insulting.
They also say that Tamils in the area are hostile to them, although polite on the surface.
They stabbed someone the same colour as them the previous week - maybe they were more polite on that occasion.
It is polite as the deadline is only 7 days away.
They were very cheery and polite as well as being efficient.
Alex Lawson was incredibly respectful and polite as the crankly Simpson berated, interrupted and cussed him.
We could all just comment on Scott's posts, polite as a Red Hat Society mid-afternoon tea, but that would be boring.
But we'll be polite during your talk.
Dixit may not have been excessively polite towards the L.
He is always helpful and polite towards both his teachers and peers.
This is an atheist site, I don't expect you (or anybody) to be polite towards religion.
It 's? true freedom of speech? to prosecute a citizen because he was less than completely polite towards the PM? As for Argentina, you're fooling yourself.
Polite without being a wallflower.
Be polite without freaking out if they have a zillion questions.
So, they ought to be strong without being rude and be polite without being weak.
Like any other language, it is possible to learn a few words and phrases in Twi, enough to be polite without spending years in further education.