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Johansen's response, a surprise for someone accustomed to his analytical broad-mindedness, may indicate a generally poor understanding of the media's watchdog role and possibly, may have struck a raw nerve at NATPE.
Indiana coach Bob Knight, a guest speaker not known for his broad-mindedness, singled her out to demonstrate a defensive drill, clearly aiming to humiliate her.
But, as he devotes most of the book to demonstrating, our politics and pop culture make these look like some other kind of division--especially of taste and broad-mindedness.
Furthermore, with increasing women working population, changing social philosophy and broad-mindedness, the penetration of two-wheelers in target population has increased significantly during last one decade especially in urban areas.
There are none so narrow-minded as the sneering liberals who pride themselves on their broad-mindedness.
That Charles, with his broad-mindedness and affability, would make a refreshing change.
Such broad-mindedness was noticeably absent, we submit, in China's refusal to approve for Taiwan its desired associate membership in the World Health Organization following the outbreak of the SARS epidemic.
Familiarity with a foreign language suggests an excellent education, intellectual curiosity and cultural broad-mindedness.
No doubt to lend Canadian Catholics the necessary air of dispassionate broad-mindedness, Fay conceals from its readers the fact that he is a Jesuit priest, and has chosen to have it published jointly by two secular university presses as part of a series of studies in the history of religion.
Is it broad-mindedness or just chance that led to the inclusion, at the end of the book, of a younger generation's reappraisal of Mies?
They demand broad-mindedness, pluralistic perspectives and flexible positions, characteristics that are still scarce among most leaders of social movements, even the women's and feminist movements.