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  • Simple, light-hearted, unaffected, joking and being joked in all good-nature, thoroughly democratic.

    CHAPTER 16

  • That is, by the grace of God and the good-nature of editors, I am enabled to place each month divers gold pieces into a clerical gentleman's hands, and in return for said gold pieces I am each month reinvested with certain proprietary rights in a poppy field.

    The Golden Poppy

  • But the gangsters were low-voiced, and all I could catch was the tone of friendliness and good-nature.

    CHAPTER XXII

  • But he answered respectfully enough, his features, by a shrewd effort, relaxing into a seeming of his customary good-nature.

    CHAPTER VI

  • His manager and trainer were with him, and he breezed in like a gusty draught of geniality, good-nature, and all-conqueringness.

    The Mexican

  • In nine cases out of ten, she will give it from good-nature.

    Smoking Etiquette | Edwardian Promenade

  • The song takes the wholesome and good-nature of Superman and twists it with Eminem using him as a role model.

    Songs About Superman | myFiveBest

  • (He pointed at the bundle she held, while she nodded proudly, beaming on me with good-nature and consciousness of success and prosperity.) "This overcoat is as good as a blanket," he went on, advancing the skirt of it that I might feel its thickness.

    THE SPIKE

  • The photo was unposed as many people were simply shoving camera phones in his face and he accepted this with good-nature.

    Why Yann Martel’s Beatrice and Virgil is the Worst Book of the Decade : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • It can't be easy, and I appreciate your good-nature.

    Rasmussen: McCain Beating Hillary In Arkansas, Swamping Obama

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