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She is beautiful, intelligent and we get along well. The Sun (2016)Family relationships can be challenging but you've the winning touch and ensure people can get along with each other. The Sun (2016)You want people to get along but we always made musicians out of friends for the most part, which can be tricky. The Sun (2017)I prefer to think of it as helping people to get along with each other better and helping them get on in life. The Sun (2016)We are both 19, met at uni and get along amazingly well. The Sun (2016)He is not worried about how Washington and Westminster are going to get along. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Generous Jupiter oversees your relationships chart, making it easier to understand people and get along with them. The Sun (2016)She also began to get along with the nurses with whom there were some riotous meals. DOVES OF WAR: Four Women of Spain (2002)We managed to establish a working relationship and got along well. The Sun (2013)You would get along with him just fine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can also help people to get along. The Sun (2013)We got along well together and had long conversations. Christianity Today (2000)Your blend of good humour and common sense ensures two families will get along well. The Sun (2008)Your partner and daughter may get along better with some distance between them. The Sun (2014)Needless to say they got along extremely well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She says she thought we were going to get along better than this. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We still get along well and tease each other all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Man and nature are clearly getting along fine. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You are calm and diplomatic and can help people get along at home. The Sun (2009)We all get along well and that shows out on the pitch. The Sun (2016)You see there is a way two families can get along with each other. The Sun (2011)It is the core idea that people who want different things can still get along. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Dubai will get along fine without you. The Sun (2015)She told me she had a boyfriend but we got along just great. The Sun (2015)It's a good job we all got along so well together! The Sun (2012)She says they get along well, partly because of lessons they learnt from nesting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If not we're not going to get along. The Sun (2013)You may get along as individuals but if you want different things you will be holding one another back from finding the right person. The Sun (2016)I accept that you have family members who you love but that you also don't get along with. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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