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“But how many times have you used the word evil to describe the untold suffering the Church imposes on impoverished families denied contraception; or the lies told to protect belief; or the propaganda that turns resource wars into holy wars; or the specter of kind-faced volunteers threatening kindergarteners with hell?”
“Now I realize that in Chris Matthews's world this kind of dismal hatred is what passes for "kind-faced optimism" but that is a gross distortion of what motivated people to support Reagan in the 80s.”
“A kind-faced, respectable-looking man stood beside her.”
“In his place stood a stout, kind-faced man in a wizard's red robes.”
“Would this kind-faced, comfortable looking gentleman get the same thought waves?”
“David Turner, a soft-spoken and very kind-faced 51-year-old Westchester real estate broker, stood in his black fleece Columbia vest and Merrell shoes in something called the Love Temple, a pavilion in the perfectly manicured southwest section of a 64. 6-acre estate.”
“Hanni couldn't be what Conklin was suggesting, but so many kind-faced seeming do-gooders had been convicted of mass murder, I had to know.”
“His normally dressed, kind-faced 'friend' looked on with concern.”
“Huckabee is well-spoken, kind-faced, and the opposite of wordly -- he's Obama for hicks.”
“I cannot think of a better tribute to spring, and to the kind-faced man who sells potatoes at the market, than this beautiful soup.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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