magnanimity


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liberality in bestowing gifts

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It is worth noting in this connection that Aquinas, in his discussion of magnanimity in his famous commentary, makes no mention of any incompatibility between greatness of soul and Christian morality.
Al-Rabeeah thanked King Abdullah for the magnanimity shown toward caring the sick both in and outside the Kingdom.
Dessie Hughes is three-handed with Magnanimity, also owned by Gigginstown, Western Charmer and Deal Done.
Ante-post fav Four Commanders is one of the other horses who will carry the famous maroon and white silks, along with Magnanimity, Gift Of Dgab, and Start Me Up.
However, the horse I'm backing is Dessie Hughes' Magnanimity.
Jodah confirmed that whoever was thinking to carry out this shameful act or his mastermind would be brought to justice to face their legal deterrent punishment as they were trying to become tools to harm the forces of good will in this world, particularly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud who embodies all the values of self-esteem, tolerance and genuine Arab magnanimity.
MAGNANIMITY also seems alive and well within Merseytravel, which yesterday helped host an event celebrating the Liverpool transport strike of 1911, which crippled the city's infrastructure for more than two months.
Summary: It was described as an expression of frustration or a tactical ploy; magnanimity or maneuvering, depending on the commentator.
Dr Singh says, " For any husband/ wife dealing with kids from earlier marriage involves a lot of magnanimity.
If we look at the implications of this apparent bipartisan political position, there are lads yet unborn who are destined to go out and be killed in that country on which we will bestow such magnanimity.
The biography praises the Maharaja for his military and political acumen, for his magnanimity towards those he conquered, and for his commitment to religious tolerance in his realms.
RANDY Lerner is a fine man for this gesture and shows great statesmanship and magnanimity.
For him, magnanimity comprises (Keys borrows from Alasdair MacIntyre here) the virtues of acknowledged dependence: for example, humility and gratitude.
1 LONDON LOVE-IN: Jose and Arsene will put all their differences aside amid much magnanimity after a low-key honours-even tussle in their second meeting of the season next week.
The bravery of the British sailors, who laughed at death in the midst of the carnage, is awe-inspiring; as is the magnanimity with which the British treated their prisoners when it was over.