large-heartedness


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large-heart·ed

(lärj′här′tĭd)
adj.
Having a generous disposition; sympathetic.

large′-heart′ed·ness n.
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The statement expressed the President's belief that Aare Babalola's large-heartedness and love for humanity set him apart for recognition at home and abroad, by governments and institutions, while underscoring his contributions to national development by investments that directly impact the livelihood of Nigerians.
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In an interview, the minister said he had opposed the decision of giving the PAC chairman's slot to Shahbaz but Assad Qaisar showed his large-heartedness for improving the environment of the House.
Talking to media, the minister said he had opposed the decision of giving the PAC chairman's slot to Shahbaz but Assad Qaisar showed his large-heartedness for improving the environment of the House.
This visit is a true showcase of the UAE's 'Year of Tolerance' and the ultimate display of the country's large-heartedness in allowing us to follow our faith.
Ironically, sensitive matters should be dealt with prudence, tolerance and large-heartedness to avoid another tragedy like the one we experienced in 1971.
He said that the government had showed large-heartedness by agreeing to the appointment of Leader of the Opposition Shehbaz Sharif as chairman of the Public Accounts Committee to ensure smooth running of the House.
We would want to thank him from the bottom of our hearts."Ameen-ud-Din then narrated a story of how he had personally see Vajpayee's large-heartedness and inclusiveness when he was the Prime Minister."He called us to his residence on the issue of a mosque.
The credit for reconciliatory atmosphere witnessed at the sitting surely went to all parties as their leaders shunned rhetoric and demonstrated large-heartedness in conveying to the nation that they are capable of promoting understanding for good of the country and the system.