big-heartedness


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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.
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.
MARITA SERFONTEIN South African citizen This famous quote, "It always seems impossible until its done", by Mandela best summarises the impact his release from prison and subsequent big-heartedness and forgiveness have given us South Africans, a chance and opportunity to exist in our own country, embracing our culture and tolerance for those around us.
DISY councillor Andreas Papacharalmbous said his party, who disagreed with the late Papadopoulos' policies when he was in power between 2003 and 2008, was doing it out of big-heartedness to honour "his history.
She may rebuff Hannah Mae's insistent invasiveness with we-have-nothing-in-common scorn, but it's only a matter of time before the table is turned and Maude is liberated by her pesky neighbor's brash big-heartedness.
But few will match the bravery and big-heartedness shown by Birmingham participant Victoria Littlehales.
But then, that's what the film's most crucial audience needs to hear, and it underscores the film's big-heartedness.
Publishers Weekly, in its review of the present volume, lauds her "Frank O'Hara-inspired verve," which is probably related to "the clear-eyed big-heartedness of Frank O'Hara" the same journal discerned at work in Mlinko's debut, Matinees.