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generous-hearted

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  • Red Millbrook - friendly, uncomplicated, generous-hearted - mixed little with the other jockeys, who tended to be in awe of his dazzling skill, and he cheerfully ignored the ill-will he saw blazing in Davey Rockman's eyes, and the identical copycat resentment in Nigel Tape's.

    The Elvis Latte

  • She was willing to be kind to him, but he should not hope for love, could not expect it out of even this most generous-hearted of women.

    red dust

  • The ten dollars necessary for each child to go to school must come from somewhere, besides a generous-hearted foreign donor or two.

    Karin Badt: Madonna: "I Am Because We Are"

  • But she won it in a way that risks losing the larger and vastly more important war to redeem the American soul and repossess what once was a fine, generous-hearted country -- a war that she could have helped us win by showing us her best qualities rather than her worst.

    Peter Clothier: The Energizer Bunny

  • Obviously, it would be generous-hearted of contest organizers and judges everywhere to gloss over, say, the odd typo or the entrant who feels it artistically necessary to print some portion of the entry manuscript single-spaced, if the quality of writing is high.

    Author! Author! » 2007 » January

  • Obviously, it would be generous-hearted of contest organizers and judges everywhere to gloss over, say, the odd typo or the entrant who feels it artistically necessary to print some portion of the entry manuscript single-spaced, if the quality of writing is high.

    Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Increasing your chances of winning that contest!

  • Too generous-hearted for your own good, they said.

    the mission song

  • Too generous-hearted for your own good, they said.

    The mission song

  • Obviously, it would be generous-hearted of contest organizers and judges everywhere to gloss over, say, the odd typo or the entrant who feels it artistically necessary to print some portion of the entry manuscript single-spaced, if the quality of writing is high.

    Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Contests, Part VI: The nitty-gritty

  • Obviously, it would be generous-hearted of contest organizers and judges everywhere to gloss over, say, the odd typo or the entrant who feels it artistically necessary to print some portion of the entry manuscript single-spaced, if the quality of writing is high.

    Author! Author! » 2005 » December

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