(1) Novel ideas such as a ├ö├ç├┐travelling wedding├ö├ç├û, which saves money for the prolonged honeymoon, although agreeable to the young, are firmly objected to by their parents.(2) What ever dressing was on those greens of yours is quite agreeable .(3) If they were any kind of politicians at all, they would move to the backrooms, meet with him, and come to a compromise to shut him up - agreeable to all parties.(4) George Fair was, above all, a gentleman with a pleasant and agreeable nature.(5) And, the applicant must find the protocol appropriate, fair, agreeable , and adequate to prove their claim.(6) It is understood the local authority is agreeable to the proposal but will have to receive funding for the ancillary road works which the project will require.(7) He insists that the city is continuing to work with county officials in hopes of coming to a solution that is agreeable to everyone.(8) Equiano refers to him as ├ö├ç├┐a kind interpreter, an agreeable companion, and a faithful friend├ö├ç├û.(9) The Councillor then added the business people of the town would not be agreeable to the on-street parking charges if long term parking was not provided.(10) The crucial point of the puzzle lies in the reality that we rely too much nowadays on the mass media, which is full of reports in favour of preconceived ideas agreeable to a certain audience.(11) He was also told that the boy, who was not present for the case, was agreeable to the placement and his parents were pleased with the plan.(12) Why wouldn't they accept right now a middle person whose decision is final, an arbitrator agreeable to both sides?(13) I woke Justin and he was totally agreeable to going home.(14) We are agreeable to do so in the future but this will be a private meeting and not a meeting of the Council.(15) If China is agreeable to this, security cooperation among the United States, Japan, and South Korea could proceed in tandem with China's cooperation.(16) Even the next few days the weather was quite agreeable .