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1. I hope I will get along with everyone.
2. I don't really get along with my sister's husband.
3. It's impossible to get along with him.
4. I want to get along with everyone.
5. Get along with you. It's a cock and bull story.
6. He is sincere and easy to get along with.
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7. They seem to get along with each other.
8. The boys found it hard to get along with Tom, because he always said some very belligerent things.
9. Do you get along with your boss?/Do you and your boss get along?
10. Rachel doesn't get along with Cyrus at all.
11. Perhaps they do not get along with their children.
12. He's difficult to get along with but still in full possession of his faculties.
13. To get along with him, Corey just rides him with confidence and patience.
14. He's a nice boy - very easy to get along with.
15. She used her conciliatory skills to get along with her remote grandfather, who provided so little company for her grandmother.
16. Hotel managers must be able to get along with all kinds of people, even in stressful situations.
17. He prides himself on his ability to get along with people of all political persuasions.
18. He knew how to get along with people, how to twist arms without causing fractures.
19. Do you get along with your sisters-in-law?
20. A broadminded man can get along with people from all walks of life.
21. Her major concern is how she will succeed at making sure the people on the teams get along with one another.
22. It tells smokers and nonsmokers that they ought to be able to get along with each other.
23. Chimp behavior holds insights into teaching humans self-esteem, intellectual curiosity and the ability to get along with others, she says.
24. Carlie had to go to the foster home because she couldn't get along with her stepfather.
25. Unlike his brother, David tended to talk to people, get along with them, hang out with them.
26. The people with cancer I was working with were cooperative and easy to get along with.
27. They need your help about everything from prospecting to how to get along with their administrative assistant.
28. Our students are markedly lacking in social skills, the ability to meet people and to get along with them.
29. Retirement: It's nice to get out of the rat race, but you have to learn to get along with less cheese. Gene Perret
30. He's a bit quick - tempered, but not difficult to get along with.
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