(1) Touch base with your friend after the date as a courtesy .(2) Politeness and courtesy are highly valued as aspects of being ├ö├ç├┐raised good.├ö├ç├û(3) I e-mailed him as a courtesy .(4) I'm sure that most customers would prefer to have a service agent much closer to office or home, and not need to have the added customer service of a courtesy car.(5) Some events provide door-to-door service, courtesy cars and the like.(6) And the local Army recruiter had been selected to be my chauffeur, a bit of a courtesy for an old, retired four-star general.(7) With faux courtesy , he politely suggested that Smith was being optimistic.(8) In addition, operators of courtesy coach services have raised concerns that the bill will affect the service they provide.(9) Excellent service facilities at very competitive prices with free courtesy cars available.(10) It was also claimed that she would be given free flights, free accommodation and a free Jaguar courtesy car for the trip.(11) Sadly the courtesy car's seats have been covered more with economy in mind than aesthetics.(12) The very least he deserved was some respect and courtesy , even if it killed me to be polite.(13) The waiting staff, very much to their credit, were the epitome of courtesy , politeness and calm, despite being rushed completely off their feet.(14) It's a question of attitude - an attitude of courtesy that does not prevail here.(15) Anarchy must not over-ride respect, decency and courtesy on our streets.(16) Except that first night at the ball, he had shown her nothing but courtesy and reasonably cultured behaviour, given his background.