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Example sentences for amicable

Round the family table, the political talk is tough but amicable.
We are not interested in an amicable settlement.
It was not a particularly amicable separation.
The first round on October 31st was fairly amicable, with a high turnout and few disruptions.
Like before, an amicable solution continues to defy everyone.
He created a child-support calculator, for example, which assists couples going through relatively amicable divorces.
Looks like an amicable resolution to an ugly matter.
Richter's decision was by every account amicable.
The letters seemed businesslike and amicable.
So far, the disagreements have appeared amicable.
After all, messy divorces are more frequent than amicable ones.
We have come to an amicable conclusion on all matters.
All reasonable efforts will be made to reach an amicable settlement.
Mediation can also make the termination of a work relationship more amicable.
Traditionally, parties turn to the court system when they cannot come to an amicable solution by themselves.
We have to work harder to ensure that codes and technology are employed in a fair, amicable manner.
Contrary to other meetings you may have experienced recently, ours will be amicable.

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