1. In some professions, niceness does not get you very far.
2. Mr Pearce was rather bowled over by his niceness, his concern and his ordinariness.
3. Niceness always leaves endless aftertaste in people.
4. Niceness generally ranges from -20 to 1 with -20 being the most favorable or highest priority for scheduling and 19 being the least favorable or lowest priority.
5. She smiled with an extraordinary niceness.
6. It is the kindness, niceness and trueness that enlighten my way.
7. That is, niceness and its cousins are worth about 9 5 per cent of US national income.
8. The first thing you noticed about him was his niceness.
9. Not a bad score for a fortnight in the summer of groovy and psychedelic love, peace and general niceness.
10. The most interesting aspect of the Labour campaign was, however, its glossy, middle-class niceness.
11. Mr Reagan pulled off his political con-trick through a mixture of calculating charm and genuine niceness.
12. The NI column in Listing 1 above, shows the scheduling priority or niceness of each process.
13. Snakeskinankle boots with amber Perspex heels, a David Bowie soundtrack andmessy ponytails subverted the niceness of the collection.