Etiquette Quotes (33 Quotes)


    Now, it is well known, that a man may with more impunity be guilty of an actual breach either of real good breeding or of good morals, than appear ignorant of the most minute point of fashionable etiquette.


    Today was pretty encouraging. She understands the etiquette of the track and how to avoid collisions. I feel a lot more positive about it, and probably less concerned about potential accidents or injury.




    The cocktail party . . . is a device either for getting rid of social obligations hurriedly en masse or for making overtures toward more serious social relationships, as in the etiquette of whoring.

    And doing a film in that period, and having to really celebrate what they wore back then, how they sat and how they spoke. You know, what the etiquette was back then for a lady. All of those things are like putting on a wig and transforming yourself, which I love.

    She Combines an entrepreneurial spirit with skills as a former computer specialist and corporate trainer to design real-world projects incorporating task management, teamwork, responsibility, etiquette, success and failure Has entrepreneurship students form companies to make and market products, complete tasks in an Apprentice-like game and manage a community golf tournament that raises up to 3,000 a year for charity Advises student council and school online magazine, www.dawgmag.org Turns simple keyboarding drills into PowerPoint-driven games with raffle tickets for small prizes Videoconferencing with All-USA Teacher Teammate Pam Vaughan and her rural Arkansas chemistry class for a year-long project in which her students will market soap made by Vaughan's students Collaborates with local businesses and corporations to form districtwide partnerships She has a passion for teaching and for children, a creative mind and limitless energy, ... When you put that together, you have something special.

    He was friendly, courteous and unassuming. His course etiquette was wonderful, and I enjoyed playing with him often over the next two years before he went off to UK. He was also funny as hell, a trait I assume he also got from his dad, Maurice.



    The high point of civilization is that you can hate me and I can hate you but we develop an etiquette that allows us to deal with each other because if we acted solely upon our impulse we'd probably go to war.


    Gentle reader Yes, the thing to do is to ignore it. A general rule of etiquette is that one apologizes for the unfortunate occurrence, but the unthinkable is unmentionable

    The reason the dream really started to take shape was because I had been all over the world and I was a little disenchanted with the United States golf scene. Manners, etiquette, lack thereof, slow play, cart paths - all of that combined, I didn't want to do that the rest of my life.

    Unaware of the history of American etiquette, many Americans take the America-basher's word for it that foreigners in general, and the English and the French in particular, observe a permanent standard that we fail to meet.

    The way the business things work in Russia is you have to meet people, you have to go through a certain amount of etiquette and business things are done just simply by a shake of the hand and whether they like you or not.


    One- and two-day high-performance driving programs (available in a variety of states) teach defensive driving as well as the car-control skills that professional drivers possess. Topics include downshifting, emergency lane changes and road etiquette.


    Consider what you have in the smallest well-chosen librarya company of the wisest and wittiest men which can be plucked out of all civilized countries in a thousand years. The men themselves were then hidden and inaccessible. They were solitary, impatient of interruption, and fenced by etiquette. But now they are immortal, and the thought they did not reveal, even to their bosom friends, is here written out in transparent words of light to us, who are strangers of another age.

    The pejorative term 'political correctness' was adapted to express disapproval of the enlargement of etiquette to cover all people, in spite of this being a principle to which all Americans claim to subscribe


    Nothing more rapidly inclines a person to go into a monastery than reading a book on etiquette. There are so many trivial ways in which it is possible to commit some social sin.









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