“Howard did not believe in advertising, and though he was an Anglophile at heart — loving all things British and feeling that they were somehow superior to their American counterparts — his restaurant displayed none of the ersatz British decor that might draw in the tourists.”
“A man of fine appearance and pronounced patriotism, Gabriel Rains was at heart a scientist, more interested in explo sives than in field command.”
“Phineas had no opportunity of answering this, but declared to himself that Barrington Erle was no more a Liberal at heart than was Mr. Daubeny.”
“It must be borne in mind that even though Cardinals Farley, O'Connell and Gibbons are at heart patriotic Americans and members of an American hierachy, yet they are as cardinals foreign princes of the blood, to whom the United States, as one of the great powers of the world, is under an obligation to concede the same honors that they receive abroad.”
“The funny hi-jinks, shared by the suit-wearing boys at heart and the resident ringleader, were an experience in itself.”
“Offhand, there are two obvious interpretations of Hoyland's ridiculous story He may simply be guilty of extreme heresy, or he may be a mutie at heart and engaged in a scheme to lure you into their hands.”
“As illustrated by his greatest achievement in office, the Camp David peace accords between Egypt and Israel, and later by his post-presidential career, Carter was at heart a conciliator, a searcher for positive-sum compromise, with a broad commitment to human rights.”
“I ought perhaps to say, while I would not give up my own retirement for the empire of the universe, how can justify wishing one whose happinesss I have so much at heart as yours, to take the front of the battle which is fighting for my security.”
“Besides endeavoring on all occasions to multiply the points of contact and connection with this country, which I consider as our surest main-stay under every event, I have had it much at heart to remove from between us every subject of misunderstanding or irritation.”
“Pamela, I allowed, was exactly the heroine Miss Liston loved -- haughty, capricious, difficile, but sound and true at heart (I was mentally skimming Volume I).”
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