act of generosity

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He was not debased in his own eyes by what he had done, and as for praising Katharine, were they not partners, conspirators, people bent upon the same quest together, so that to praise the pursuit of a common end as an act of generosity was meaningless.
Through this act of generosity, they not only experience a new culture, but discover new depths to their own character, as well as gain a fresh perspective on life.
Giving blood is an act of generosity, citizenship, that cannot be conditioned on sexual orientation," she said in a statement.
Through this act of generosity, the young people not only experience a new culture, but discover new depths to their own character, as well as gain a fresh perspective on life.
Itani attributed the bigger quota of hajj visas which Lebanon received this year to "an act of generosity by Saudi King Salman bin Abdel-Aziz.
The researchers say the reciprocity rule explains their findings - people felt obligated to return the act of generosity, even though they didn't specifically request that the waiter bring them candy.
It's all because of an injured sparrow and an act of generosity, and parents will find this story lends to a lovely read-aloud experience and early discussion of giving.
AN account glitch threatened to scupper charity champion Katie Cutler's latest act of generosity after some online donations towards a purpose-made wheelchair for a North Tyneside toddler were returned to their senders.
Giving us free fire wood is an act of generosity and as a surrogate Yorkshireman and local businessman, I'm also happy to get something for nowt
An act of generosity still accomplishes exactly the same amount of good, but the reminder that there's much more to be done drains the motivation to do whatever good we can.
06 from the estate of Mrs Miriam Beryl Richards - and we'll be telling you more about this amazing act of generosity in the Sunday Mercury soon.