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Civility costs nothing.

 and Courtesy costs nothing.
Prov. It never hurts you to be polite. Always greet people politely, no matter what you think of them. Civility costs nothing. Why not write Mildred a thank-you note? Courtesy costs nothing.
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Not only does civility make for a more agreeable workplace, but it can also make a workplace feel more stable and secure.
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From Civility in America: Essays from America's Thought Leaders.
Imagine my disappointment at having my plea for civility returned with a pie in the face.