(1) Their somewhat placid life is disturbed when an old friend comes to stay.(2) To look after the wheelchair-bound at matches, you might think that only tolerant, placid individuals need apply.(3) When the wind blows, it can be a fearsome proposition, yet, like all links, it is vulnerable when the weather is calm and placid .(4) The Cancer child is usually very placid and serene, with a loving and sympathetic disposition.(5) He was placid , very pleasant, proud, charming and unassuming.(6) Some contend that he is too placid to succeed, and he understands why.(7) Then a genuine live television moment happens, the sort of occasion that could induce hyperekplexia in the most placid soul.(8) The Ouse may look placid , but it is cold, wide, deep and fast-flowing.(9) Together, they go angling for the state's native muskie fish in the placid waters of Rib Lake.(10) The views were striking, with the Mountains of Mourne on our right and, just after Kilcoo, the placid waters of Lough Island Reavy on our left.(11) Theft is on the rise in previously placid rural areas.(12) At the southern tip of the city, another enterprising group is trying to market the placid backwaters of rural Kerala.(13) Now five months old, the three sisters are described as ├ö├ç├┐really placid babies├ö├ç├û by their mum and dad.(14) They were easy targets, as the presence of people doesn't seem to disturb them and they are placid and friendly by nature.(15) Despite his life going downhill, he was still described by people who knew him as a gentle, placid , easy-going, amiable man.(16) Normally, a placid , laissez-faire type, I began saying mean things about other drivers.
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