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I think there must be some sort of sense that they’re trying to maximize collegiality and institutional peace ahead of a ruling they’re going to like.The Supreme Court's Texas Abortion Case Could Give States More Power Than Ever|Madeleine Carlisle|October 22, 2021|Time
Nevertheless, companies are desperate to find ways to nurture collaboration and collegiality in a remote environment.
That could indicate that Barrett is open to the arguments of her more liberal colleagues — or that she is choosing not to dissent in some cases for the sake of collegiality.
He added that he wouldn’t be surprised if Barrett carried this sense of collegiality with her to the Supreme Court.
Wyden is popular with GOP colleagues for his collegiality, work ethic and willingness to include their ideas in legislation.The Senate’s New Taxman Won’t Be Controlled By His Own Party|Linda Killian|February 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Some scoffed that what he would get from Hillary would be a rival team, but Hillary has been the very model of collegiality.Paul Begala on Hillary Clinton’s Coming Run for the White House in 2016|Paul Begala|April 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Alas, this era of collegiality and respect, the era of Tip O'Neill and Ronald Reagan, is over.