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Owner of The Players Lounge, Jo Doyle said: "I am sure Jodie will not be fussed whether the winner is a man or woman, she is a pretty broad-minded.
After enjoying a buffet dinner at the Simon Fraser University Diamond Centre and seeing the CIC 2nd and 3rd Year Awards in Chemistry presentation (see page 29), over 60 members were treated to an informative, entertaining, and broad-minded lecture by Ged McLean, founder, president and CTO of Angstrom Power Inc.
Many students can benefit from taking academic subjects, as this often helps to develop a broad-minded approach.
Nassim Al Majid represents todayCOs Emirati woman Co creative, broad-minded and purpose-driven.
Another broad-minded netizen wrote: "I don't understand why in China sex scenes have to be cut out while in the West people just show it.
I thought I was quite broad-minded, but this really shocked me and I haven't returned his calls since.
racial issues are viewed from a broad-minded approach.
The author writes frankly about the usefulness of "Webb's relatively broad-minded spirit, his frank opposition to fanaticism, and his lasting civic commitment" [15] for those seeking to craft a synthesis between American and Muslim identities in a post-9/11 United States.
But it's the broad-minded people of Key West, residents and visitors alike, that make the town unforgettable.
Cameron may be anti-Punch and Judy but now the broad-minded public are left in no doubt that its David who is the real puppet
a keen student of men and social conditions--a broad-minded, warm-hearted, lovable and very noble American" (2).