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In her film, Cynthia Roberts sets up a sort of Platonic ideal of the sex worker: Bubbles Galore is both shamelessly raunchy, and as good-hearted as a bodhisattva.
THE proponents of Proposition 90 would like voters to believe that the measure is merely a good-hearted attempt to stop Wal-Mart from taking your home for a new supercenter.
Heller is a perfect match for good-hearted and restless Moose Flanagan and provides especially distinct vocalizations for even the most minor character.
Here is King reacting to big city racial politics by making concrete demands for change rather than appealing to the good-hearted conscience of white America.
As Lord Rochester, a good-hearted debauchee, he stands out in an enticing cast that includes The Full Monty's Robert Carlyle, Johnny Lee Miller of Trainspotting, and Liv Tyler as a ballsy aristocrat.
Many good-hearted American Jews and Muslims have been meeting and talking, trying to find understanding and bridge differences.
Kay approaches Joss (nee Josephine) from all angles short chapters of testimony from the grieving widow, the angry son, the surprised undertaker, the good-hearted drummer, the sleazy biographer, the unsuspecting mother, the childhood crush.
Good-hearted rocker Matthew Sweet and ex-Bangle Susanna Hoffs sing Bob Dylan, the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Neil Young and more in ``Under the Covers Vol.
A few other colorful characters, including a miller and his family and a good-hearted smuggler, pop in and out of the plot to help Kate and Thomas battle the vicar.