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1. He had an excellent rapport with his patients.
2. He is in rapport with his pupils.
3. She felt an instant rapport between them.
4. He said he wanted "to establish a rapport with the Indian people".
5. The actor developed a close rapport with his audience.
6. She has an excellent rapport with her staff.
7. Father and son have a great rapport.
8. There was little rapport between the two women.
9. He had enjoyed a personal rapport with the former president.
10. The success depends on good rapport between interviewer and interviewee.
11. She understood the importance of establishing a close rapport with clients.
12. Therefore he felt a rapport with Ramsey.
13. Miss Madrigal and the girl develop a strange rapport.
14. Michael Caine and I always have a good rapport.
15. Empathy is another crucial ingredient when establishing rapport.
16. We had total rapport, infant and thespian.
17. There were larger things to worry about than rapport.
18. He established a good rapport with his students.
19. It establishes rapport between the speakers.
20. Melissa detected a growing rapport between them, and rejoiced.
21. They had been able to build a rapport with him, however.
22. I've always got plenty of instant coffee and rapport ... Maybe he was shy.
23. Victoria and Kay were so impressed with her rapport with the children that they asked her to work in the morning as well.
24. We'd worked together for years and developed a close/good rapport.
25. He always found he could build up a good rapport with children.
26. Honesty is essential if there is to be good rapport between patient and therapist.
27. He seems to have a good read on his players and good rapport with them.
28. Bley plays acoustic piano in duo with Steve Swallow(sentencedict.com), and their rapport projects extraordinary warmth on this delightful album.sentencedict.com
29. The interviewer becomes an active listener, building up a rapport with the informant.
30. One of the most difficult problems in depth interviewing is that of establishing a rapport between respondent and interviewer.
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