Manners seperates from the brutes:
pleasethank youthank you very muchbless youGesundheityou're welcomeit was my pleasuredon't mention itpardon meI beg your pardonexcuse meI'm sorry to disturbI'm sorry to bother youI'm sorrycheersenjoy your mealbless you (after a sneeze - learn more)Sir, MrMa'am, Mrs.MissI'm Enchanted to know youI give you my respectIf you please
1. cell-phone manners2. condolences3. etiquette4. euphemism5. flag display6. introductions7. manners. The socially acceptable way of acting. "There's really no substitute for good manners."8. netiquette9. place cards10. respect11. RSVP. The initials of a French phrase, répondez, s'il vous plaît, which means please reply.12. thank-you note
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