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Pali lines of the Kutadanta Sutta: Samaṇo khalu bho gotamo ehisāgatavādī sakhilo sammodako abbhākuṭiko uttānamukho pubbabhāsī. Yampi bho samaṇo gotamo ehisāgatavādi sakhilo sammodako abbhākuṭiko uttānamukho pubbabhāsī
 

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I have the English translation of the Visuddhimagga. If you know what section and chapter it's in I can send the translation.
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I think this is from the VM sub commentary. Not VM itself.
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Oh ok. Sorry. Not sure then.
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No worries, mate!
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I was looking at the wrong place. It is mentioned in the Kūṭadanta Suttta.
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1. Ehisāgatavādī - He welcomes those who come to meet him.

2.  Sakhilo - He is polite and soft spoken.

3.  Sammodako - He inquires about how one is fairing.

4. Abbhākuṭiko - He does not show facial gestures with the eyebrows.

5. Uttānamukho - He talks openly and looks directly at your face when talking.

6. Pubbabhāsī -  He is the first to start the conversation or greet.

7. Vihita Pubbangama - He talks with a gentle smile in the face.
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