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Deuteronomy 15:7-11 also shows that an openhanded disposition toward the poor is required: "The poor will always be with you in your land, and that is why I command you to be openhanded toward any of your countrymen there who are in poverty and need.
The very thought of going through life openhanded is chilling to the Western mind, which may, of course, be precisely why we need it so much, consider it so difficult, and find it so unforgettable.
Kampen is more than openhanded with his management skills.
A buyer seeking a fresh start and not wishing to have new management distracted by old matters might be willing to be more openhanded.
During this era of openhanded Government support, the more you spent, the more you received.
The openhanded gesture is part of a new effort launched by Allen Sportswear called "Dress the Champions".
We would like to thank donors from across Saskatchewan for demonstrating again that the people of this province are both openhanded and openhearted, said Lee Knafelc, PotashCorp s Vice President, Human Resources and Administration.
Thus, with a trenchant and openhanded wit, she proposes that the quest for escape is as simple as reimaginging the world around us, finding new possibilities in the commonplace.
Rather be openhanded and freely lend to him whatever he needs"--and if loans are not repaid after seven years, write them off.
We were struggling by now with the quantities involved -this is an openhanded place -and to add to our anguish, we were presented with a freebie dish to try as well.
It seems to represent an awkward moment of openhanded nostalgia giving way to giddy cultural necrophilia.
prerequisite for kind, churchgoing, hymn singing, openhanded, communion-going would-be believers.
In what often seems an openhanded acknowledgment of the accomplishments of his art-historical predecessors, Ben Whitehouse revisits the challenge of constructing images that emerge from a close observation of the natural world.
This slight and seemingly tangential dislocation is typical of Baldwin, an openhanded and uncontrived gesture that puts the whole medium on edge.