big-heartedness


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Speaking at the eighth annual Atlantic Council Global Citizen Awards, Her Majesty commended Trudeau's leadership and high regard for the values of "openness, generosity, big-heartedness and broad-mindedness.
8million and we couldn't do it without the support of the local community who never cease to astound us with their big-heartedness - but Holly has been exceptionally amazing.
The answer is B, and in case anyone missed his big-heartedness, Trump added that people would not be"dying on the sidewalks" either.
The Female MPAs said it is the big-heartedness of the party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari that the former PPP leader Zulfiqar Mirza had secured Badins seat.
Having gathered a real head of steam, the play's second half truly takes off, with the lack of depth cheerfully overridden by the show's surprisingly successful mix of coarse manners and unstoppable big-heartedness.
And in the hands of such accomplished actors as Hesmondhalgh and Neilson, the Croppers, with all their quirks and big-heartedness, claimed their place in popular culture.
Rose Styron, co-editor of the collection, is to be commended for her big-heartedness in allowing her late husband's turbulent soul to shine forth in all its complicated glory.
Incredulously, he attempts to have us believe that his refusal is not about selfinterest, but a big-heartedness and selfless gesture as, "he did not want to impugn officers' integrity and start a 'firefight' with police.
I knew I could count on the big-heartedness of the Ferraristi but they've still managed to surprise me once again," stated Ferrari Chairman, Luca di Montezemolo.
A pole position result: I knew I could count on the big-heartedness of the Ferraristi but they've still managed to surprise me once again," declared Ferrari Chairman, Luca di Montezemolo.