generous giver

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She had felt humiliated by his kindness to her (he was a generous giver of presents), and, with the instinct of an anarchist, had taken disparagement of his advice and defiance of his authority as the signs wherefrom she might infer surely that her face was turned to the light.
Gary Allen, North Carolina developer, is a generous giver to institutions in his area.
There are more than two hundred and thirty five different things I can say about the wonder, the grandeur, the accomplishment and the spirit that is America - the powerful nation and generous giver.
GENEROUS GIVER Ella with Bob Robinson, a donor who heard about her plight and gave pounds 1,000 to her mum''s charity to help find a cure for her GOOD TIMES Ella with dad James and aunt Katy on her fourth birthday in October at the Alan Shearer Centre
During this cycle, among approximately 6,000 political action committees, CUNA was the 18th most generous giver to federal candidates, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
Eighty-nine turkeys were distributed, funded in part by a $300 donation from one generous giver.
Married with two children, he is a generous giver to charities.
Get the hang of it and the Focus is beautifully balanced and a generous giver for pleasure seekers.
Hertzberg, who was known in Sacramento as a generous giver of bear hugs, emerged from the meeting arm-in-arm with his political opponent.
the generous giver, a silent tear; but now that they are dead, what
Denis O'Brien, who was largely instrumental in bringing the Special Olympics to Ireland, is another generous giver of time and money.
The UK had been taking a lead on the issue of funding distribution of vaccines, and Norway had always been a generous giver, as had Sweden and Australia, he said.