heartiness


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the condition of being physically and mentally sound

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active strength of body or mind

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the quality of hearty sincerity

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Finally, becoming donkey in Botswana means receiving harsh treatment owing again to material-discursive practices rooted in the broad devaluation of donkeys, as well as people's responses to donkeys' perceived stubbornness and naturally stoic manner and overall heartiness.
The real heartiness of a meat-based stew comes from the fact that you cook it down long and slow, letting the flavours develop while it gets richer and more intense the longer it cooks.
Today's head lice have morphed into creatures that are now dubbed super-lice by lice experts due to their increasing heartiness.
Set in the historic Fort Worth Stock Yards, Billy Bob's is surrounded daily by crowds in crisp hats and boots and an abundance of cows: plastic fat ones protruding from restaurant facades to advertise the heartiness of the steaks within, and wooden bulls hanging in the air as if charging out of second-story bar windows.
closest to Agreeableness in interpersonal space, but is distinguished by a cordiality and heartiness that is not a part of A .
It may lack the heartiness of her last two offerings, but it still satisfies as a substantial snack between courses.
Bad Worishofen provided a further pressure in its excessive heartiness and emphasis on fortifying people's constitutions.
There's a robust, caramelised sweetness that offsets the heartiness of a roast root.
They wonder at the heartiness and fierceness with which the European Christians hold on to their lives while to them these seem insignificant.
This complex savory jam has layers of flavor -- the sweetness of brown sugar and apples balanced by the heartiness of bacon and the mild oniony flavor of shallots.
And heartiness aside, portobellos -- like all of their mushroom brethren -- are chock-full of nutrients.
We can see the excitement, happiness and heartiness of the man (Figs 1, 3) as well as his original personality based on aristocratic tradition.
Malchow refers to Stoker's 'exaggerated heartiness in his dealing with men', a reaction to his intense homosocial relationships.
We were remarkably struck by the very gentle orderly manners of the people of Nukapu; there was no confusion or noise among the many people who sat or stood around us, but a heartiness of manner and evident desire to do any thing that was in their power to please their strange visitors.