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AN 11-YEAR-OLD carer has reached the final of a competition to find Britain''s Kindest Kid.
One horse who has proven herself time and again on soft ground is Kindest, who comes into this at the top of her game having won over course and distance 12 days ago.
HC-One's aim is to provide the kindest care in the country.
The kindest cut of all would be to cut Metropolitan boroughs and return to smaller controllable boroughs.
As with Degas, it is hard to tell at times whether Knechtel is giving his figures the kindest cut, but he does seem at least to search for, and reveal, a kind of human honesty.
The most stupid, ill-educated and nasty woman can rubbish the nicest, kindest and most intelligent man and no-one protests,' says 81-year-old Doris.
Bob Cardoza was one of the kindest and most generous men I have ever known.
By having the nicest, kindest children to cross the road.
April is the cruellest month, says the poet, but September is the kindest, say the punters.
Kelly was a fantastic mum, wife, daughter and one of the gentlest and kindest individuals you could ever hope to have in your life.
Always people with the kindest hearts who get taken away too soon Stephen will definitely be going to heaven bless him.
His uncle, Harry Beever, "one of the kindest gentlemen I ever met", was born at Victoria, Crow Edge, in 1902 and started playing baritone with Hade Edge when he was 12, joining his father, who played bass.