good-heartedness


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good-heartedness

n
the quality of being good-hearted
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Can collective passion, drive, ambition and good-heartedness translate into successful space operations?
It is charming to read that "the fundamental decency, the tolerance and insistence on truth, and the good-heartedness of the American people are there still plainly," even if nearly half the American people voted for a man who made plain his fundamental lack of decency, tolerance, and commitment to truth (xv).
But beyond being a loving young mom, Max gives weight to loyalty and good-heartedness. One particular post talks about a househelp whose house was gutted down by fire.
While touring the gallery, the minister expressed admiration for the photos which tell the story of Bahrain's heritage, deep-rooted history, historical towers, museums, as well as the manifestations of its economic, touristic, cultural and artistic renaissance, and Bahrainis' good-heartedness and tolerance.
"This is not a pledge of good-heartedness, it's a pledge in the shareholders' interest."
But the vitality and creative energy, the fundamental decency, the tolerance and insistence on truth, and the good-heartedness of the American people are there still plainly."
For example, in a study of Scottish and English speakers, Scottish listeners judged the Scottish voices as belonging to persons of greater generosity, friendliness, good-heartedness, and likability.
'We also take this opportunity to acknowledge the good-heartedness of Muslims in Marawi City who helped shield their Christian neighbors.
So give your friend the opportunity to demonstrate her outrage, good-heartedness, and right-mindedness.
The simple humanity and good-heartedness of all those who took part in this tribute to a stranger is something they can all be proud of.
Lionel Reneau as Donkey maintained an annoyingly chatty and informative but good-heartedness all the way through.
Almost everyone reading this opinion piece will at some time in the future depend on the good-heartedness of a tissue donor to help make them well.