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On items measuring the exoneree's confidence, good-naturedness, warmth, tolerance, honesty, competitiveness, and intelligence, scales measuring desired personal and family closeness, and scales measuring the exoneree's criminality, on average, the exoneree was rated near the mid-point of the measure.
The American already had a seven-minute advantage when he and a group of other riders enjoyed a quiet glass en route from Melun to Paris yesterday, and their smiling imbibing reflected the good-naturedness of the final day's racing.
The American already had a seven-minute advantage when he and a group of other riders enjoyed a quiet glass en route from Melun to Paris, and their smiling imbibing reflected the good-naturedness of the final day's racing.
Once you dismiss the questionable plot, the sugary sweet, good-naturedness of this movie becomes infectious and you can't help enjoying this enchanting, hugely entertaining, children's flick.
A warm smile must be coupled with good-naturedness and zest that make the journey through life pleasant and adventurous.
Confronting child abuse, murder, motorcycle gangs, and drug addiction, the novel has no answers but does raise the question "How far can one stretch ordinary decency and human good-naturedness?" Oda, like Krilon, is tolerant of her friends who want to end their seemingly futile discussions.
In celebrating the friendship that develops among three very different women, director Herbert Ross, drawing on a screenplay by Don Roos, switches moods abruptly and serves cream-puff notions of AIDS and lesbianism, but leaves the audience with a contented sense of vague good-naturedness.
Jim's warmth, unpretentiousness, and down-to-earth good-naturedness made him a joy to be around.
During the meeting, HRH the Prime Minister emphasized the Government's support to every effort aimed to make the Kingdom a platform and hub for humanitarian and voluntary work as the Kingdom is convinced that success is assured for such efforts in view of the inclination of Bahraini people on humanitarian and voluntary work by virtue of their good-naturedness, Islamic values and good traditions and norms.