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If it were to embrace a centrist option, politics over the next year would be considerably more civilised.
On one side of that line stand societies sure of their civilised values.
For enthusiasts conversation is an art, one of the great pleasures of life, even the basis of civilised society.
It is a vile anachronism and has no place in civilised society.
What traditional buyers of luxury make of their nouveau co-consumers they are, of course, too civilised to say.
It is clean, fast and highly civilised, though far from cheap.
Though in many respects a small town, it also has the amenities of civilised life, from decent museums to fine restaurants.

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