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characterized by kindness and concern for others

a class that is defined by the common attribute or attributes possessed by all its members

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having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature

agreeable, conducive to comfort

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tolerant and forgiving under provocation

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The changes KIND is requesting would facilitate such communication and help Americans better understand how to choose nutritious foods more often.
KIND chief executive and founder Stephen Yip, said: "For most people, Christmas is a time filled with joyous memories but unfortunately for an increasing number of families, it is has become filled with fear and dread about how they will provide for their children.
What a great opportunity for Syntax to work with the team from KIND with the mission of assisting the company and their visible brand realizing the efficiencies of utilizing a Tier-1 ERP, Added Ryan Etinson, Syntax VP.
Here, Aristotle must mean that they are not ordinarily, or commonly, called by a single name though we can certainly give them a label in the way Aristotle uses [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] to speak of the kind that contains crayfish, crabs, and lobsters.
Example 2 illustrates that a steam turbine (used for the commercial production of electricity) attached as a fixture to a building and treated as real property under state law is of like kind to a similar steam turbine located in another state that is treated as personal property in that state.
The male 18-to-34 age demographic that devours this kind of stuff might actually be skewing younger here, Thompson says.
So here's this guy Alex about to get into a fight with Cornbread, and I was a little worried because Alex is kind of built like me (sort of a chicken leg physique) and Cornbread is fairly thick.
But, it's about getting balance into the internal audit department's focus so that the organization has this function back where it belongs, looking at the right kinds of risks.
Instead, Stand was now designing high-end homes in the East Hamptons, not the kind of work he found particularly fulfilling.
In determining whether exchange properties are of a like kind, no inference is to be drawn from the fact that the properties are not of a like class.
Only in some kind of a bottom-up way are we going to address these issues.
WITH EVERY DECEMBER ISSUE of Artforum there is the vague temptation to complement the cornucopia of "best of" accolades with a "top ten" of editorial regrets, a kind of modest, residual hot list comprising all things missed, failed, or forgotten--a minor literature of might-have-beens.
Mee (who also wrote Clarke's best-known work, Vienna: Lusthaus) and music-hall songs of the period, is a kind of Lautrec poster come to life--cabaret performances interspersed with episodes from the artist's absinthe-fueled debauches.
Embryonic stem cells are "incredibly more powerful" he claimed, in that they can give rise to every other kind of cell, and therefore are highly useful to fight cancer.