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- n. Plural form of goodwill.
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Furthermore, he lacked no fine deuises and subtilties to win their goodwills: as among others, the policy, and deuise of the hind.
This charge reflects the write-off of the entire balances of goodwills for three of our areas.
Under current accounting rules, we were required to reduce goodwills and record a tax expense.
Even in fchemes to this effed I did not fail for want of goodwills but if Callippe and her maid had not rn more iiigeni -
He then will be constrained not to resist their goodwills; for he really has a holy and good intention. "
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