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friendliness evidence by a kindly and helpful disposition

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Throughout his life he has been the same person of kindliness REV DAVID NEWMAN remembers victim nick
What follows is, in many ways, a valediction against mourning, and in its wit, courage and kindliness it often brings tears to the eyes.
I cannot suffer myself to proceed," he enthused, "without an expression of intense admiration for the energy and the masculine tone of mind, combined with a fascinating kindliness, so conspicuous in this model missionary of our days.
In coining "altruism"--literally, "other-ism"--Comte was not seeking some extraneous synonym for benevolence or kindliness, but rather an antonym for a certain caricature of egoism (as latent antagonism toward others).
In a great producer county such as the West Riding, man has had to come to terms with himself and his land--I felt quite early that the dignity and kindliness of the Yorkshire people as a whole demonstrated this, and wherever I have found myself since those childhood days I have tended to measure all gesture, movement, proportion, and rhythm (either as properties of sculpture or as significances in human behaviour) by the measure of what was so profoundly important in childhood.
For then the rich and others in positions of power will change their former indifference toward their poorer brothers into a solicitous and active love, listen with kindliness to their just demands, and freely forgive their possible mistakes and faults.
Were we to evaluate people, not only according to their intelligence and their education, their occupation and their power, but according to their kindliness and their courage, their imagination and their sensitivity, their sympathy and generosity, there could be no classes.
A feeling of kindliness suffuses his sagging roofs, with their eaves reaching protectively towards the ground.
Lord of all hopefulness, Lord of all joy, Lord of all eagerness, Lord of all faith, Lord of all kindliness, Lord of all grace, Lord of all gentleness, Lord of all calm .
As a man with his feet in two socially-separate worlds, Tommy Atkins is defined by "his brutality, kindliness, his independence, [and] his murderous discontent.
The fundamental, functional requirements for the RCRV Class are versatility effectiveness, efficiency, and sea kindliness characteristics that enhance scientific missions, and habitability.
Given that each of these can convey ardor, betrayal, randomness, rage, hilarity, doom, injury, insult, the exquisite and the vile: Can messages of kindliness in these tongues be heard over the din of everyday discord and disappointment?
They were desperate to tell their tales and, in awful circumstances, had retained their dignity and kindliness.
His boyish charm and natural kindliness persuaded those who he had come to comfort that America was indeed keeping a benevolent and watchful eye on them.
A number of KWS children expressed delight and thanked HRH the Premier's concern and kindliness, praying to God to overwhelm him with good health and happiness.