bigheartedness


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the quality of being kind and generous

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Pardoning is an act of kindness and bigheartedness on behalf of the Head of State and the balance between humanity and justice is very subtle," Popova said at a press conference on Thursday.
Sarasota's bigheartedness centers largely on efforts to boost the arts, promote the environment and provide services to area children.
This virtue is called bigheartedness at the expense of national interest.
This technique was ever present in the mantra that, instead of costing New York money, the piece would in fact benefit the metropolis through tourist dollars (a post-Gates Bloomberg-administration press release asserted that the project ended up generating no less than a quarter-billion dollars of economic activity); in the unapologetic tchotchke stands at park entrances where crowds queued to buy Gates-related geegaws; and particularly in Christo and Jean-Claude's donation of the millions of dollars in proceeds from these sales to local nature charities, a gesture whose genuine bigheartedness was dimmed only by the ostentation with which it was endlessly hammered home.
entirely--decades of pardon and boundless bigheartedness, the promise of