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1. The woman conductor kindly responded to my question.
2. Kindly inform us when this is put into effect.
3. He has kindly agreed to help.
4. Kindly notify us when this is put into effect.
5. Would you kindly close the window?
6. You should treat others kindly.
7. Her neighbours spoke of her as kindly and hospitable.
8. She very kindly lent me her bicycle.
9. Her neighbors spoke of her as kindly and hospitable.
10. Will you kindly shut the door?
11. She spoke kindly to them.
12. We should treat animals kindly.
12. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
13. Mr Nunn has kindly agreed to let us use his barn for the dance.
14. Kindly address yourself to the chairman, not directly to other representatives at this meeting.
15. He was a stern critic but an extremely kindly man.
16. Christmas is the most human and kindly of season,as the month of June with sunshine and the balmy breath of roses.
17. We shall all remember Mr Page for the kindly encouragement he gave us when we went so unwillingly to school.
18. She doesn't take kindly to sudden change.
19. His gentle(sentencedict.com), kindly appearance did not deceive me.
20. Kindly step this way, ladies and gentlemen.
21. I never heard a kindly word pass between them.
22. They won't take kindly to being ordered about.
23. This exhibit was kindly loaned by the artist's family.
24. She is a warm kindly person.
25. You are kindly requested to leave the building.
26. She was always kindly and generous to the extreme.
27. Visitors are kindly requested to sign the book.
28. She very kindly invited me to lunch.
29. She does not take kindly to criticism .
30. His rudeness when we first met didn't dispose me very kindly to/towards him.
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