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concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering

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full of love and generosity

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showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity

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It was a great night at the SECC, made even better by the warm-up presence of the charitably minded folks of the 501st Imperial Scottish Squadron, who appear as Star Wars characters such as stormtroopers and Boba Fett to delight fans.
In a plot that, even charitably, can be described as wafer thin, former amnesiac and CIA assassin Jason Bourne (Damon) finds himself hunted by the agency's director (Tommy Lee Jones) using a mysterious technology called Ironhand.
Although the show features a top-notch cast, and marks a departure from Chuck Lorre's multi-camera dominance on the network, "Life," charitably, feels like one of those shows best watched while you're making other plans.
After an earlier goal from the Heroes, England drew level and eventually won 3-2 in a highly competitive game, played in very hot conditions but with charitably spirit.
Wealthy philanthropists, many of whom can be seen annually at Royal Ascot, often for tax reasons splash cash charitably, most of which has been gained by shrewd gambling on the stock exchange and by the exploitation of others in various forms.
While it's charitably referred to as "the wish list," budget watchers say it more often serves as "the cemetery," or "where dreams go to die.
Similarly, greater familiarity with the topics may be necessary in order to see what the authors have had to leave out of their contributions: the background knowledge that is assumed for a discussion; the allusions to other related concepts; or the omissions that, charitably, may have been made for reasons of space or, less charitably, for the convenience of a particular argument.
As long as he maintains his position, I will keep attending Mass for spiritual contemplation, and I will bypass the archdiocese's collection to directly support service organizations humbly, charitably and compassionately serving the oppressed.
2014 marks the 50th year the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation has been offering educational advancement opportunities to area schools and their students, as well as charitably giving to local communities.
It still isn't widely known that the Great North Air Ambulance Service is 100% charitably funded.
But today - laid bare on page five - we reveal the difficulties an already over-stretched service faces in the form of what we'll charitably call inappropriate use of the 999 service by some members of the public.
Kroch said a CRT was highly attractive to charitably minded people with highly appreciated assets.
As charitably as I could, I led them to imagine that they had just discovered they were unexpectedly pregnant.
Leaving aside that this would prove nothing whatsoever about manmade climate change - in fact the claim can be described charitably (and literally) as a half-truth.
Or, to put it less charitably, lying, like the woman who assures Matt Tebbutt tonight that the apples on the supermarket shelves would have been picked no more than 48 hours ago when in reality they've been in storage for months.