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This well-rounded article addresses pivotal concerns deserving more balance and thoughtfulness.
But there's a thoughtfulness and an understated quality to the songs here, even the single Better and Baxter may well have delivered the best album of the year so far - okay, so it's early January.
Because of his appealing personality and personal thoughtfulness," writes Rosen, "it's easy when talking to him to forget you're talking to the Chief Justice of the United States.
Because good manners are rooted in thoughtfulness, and treating your date or mate respectfully, with a dash of impeccability, reminds your loved one just why they were attracted to you in the first place.
It's time to bring back courtesy and thoughtfulness.
The thoughtfulness I had hoped to find in the people working with children was more of a paltry 9-to-5 charade.
For close to an hour, accompanied by Chris Lancaster's rich cello score, end less combinations of duets, groups, and solos formed and re-formed, racing, tumbling, or swooping through the space, punctuated by moments of hilarity, thoughtfulness, or just plain silliness.
Through his persistence, skill, and thoughtfulness, Payzant achieved as much as any superintendent could have, given the constraints.
This is in large part due to the thoughtfulness the editors put into choosing authors and topics, and perhaps most importantly, the relative brevity of each chapter.
Said a spokesman, At One Sherman Square, a building managed by Cooper Square Realty, George's thoughtfulness and intelligence make all of us in the building management industry look good.
Good quality ingredients can be found locally, and your thoughtfulness and a bit of time will allow your loved ones to take care of themselves at home with natural body care products that you create.
More than 300 names poured in, a real blessing in terms of both the quality and thoughtfulness of the choices.