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  • The living in this world of gentle, social-minded aristocrats is far more sumptuous than any seen at Eaton Place, all of it presided over by the Earl of Grantham, played by a spendidly authoritative Hugh Bonneville.

    Finding Great Escapes Into the Past

  • Unlike Western political philosophies, which usually include civic duties, the Chinese model was “family-minded, and not social-minded.”

    The Last Empress

  • There are many democratic/social-minded countries in Europe which invest in their people instead of big corporations and wars and they are a lot happier than us “fat” Americans.

    Financial light at the end of the tunnel could be 2015

  • One must contend with an apathetic public, pesky riot police and, worst of all, a total lack of social-minded music (Jakob Dylan is no Bob Dylan).

    Periscope

  • For the Russian philosophical or social-minded critic he was the unique exponent of a unique Russian type of character.

    Vladimir Nabokov on Chekhov

  • For the Russian philosophical or social-minded critic he was the unique exponent of a unique Russian type of character.

    Vladimir Nabokov on Chekhov

  • A trendsetter for the newest generation of young, social-minded upper society.

    © Bryan Bedder/Getty Images Evelyn...

  • A social-minded schoolmate told him not to worry about the financial consequences and do what would be fulfilling.

    New Wealth, New Priorities

  • Sullivan's Travels was Sturges 'way of saying to all comedy makers that theirs was the most important work, a sardonic nudge to Frank Capra and the Academy to say that for a troubled public, social-minded seriousness can never take the place of solid healthy laughter.

    Channel 2 Saves Its Newscasts ... Enough Dennis Miller ... Seattle Tries to Shut Down MTV's Real World ...

  • Humphry House, more sober and social-minded, wrote a book with the title of The Dickens World, [1] which has lasted well, and which stresses Dickens's extraordinarily multiform relation, as personality and author, with virtually every reform and aspiration of the time, with the problems of Victorian London and the woes of industrialized England.

    Best and Worst

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