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Aquinas discusses other virtues and vices as "parts" of justice that apply to The Merchant of Venice as well, namely liberality, prodigality, and covetousness (2-2.117-19).
He remarked that the rare principles like tolerance, non-violence, civility, forward-looking approach, democracy and liberality were the guiding influences on whatever the great Quaid ever sought to do.
Umrani further remarked that the rare principles like tolerance, non-violence, civility, forward-looking approach, democracy and liberality were the guiding influences on whatever the great Quid ever sought to do.
In his 2018 New Year address to Nigerians, President Muhammadu Buhari touched on the liberality of Yoruba spirit which has made it a land where religious upheavals are rare.
Sadia Pasha Kamran explored the liberality of Emperor Akbar's views as shown in the illustrations of Akabarnama.
Ahn ends with the four "financial virtues": moderation, liberality, fortitude, and gratitude.
Though a couple of standards feel inessential, this collection is a welcome window on to a magisterial quartet and the liberality of its leader's genius.
Though a couple of standards feel inessential, this collection is a welcome window on a magisterial quartet and the liberality of its leader's genius.
He was focusing on creative "inspiration," but we are suggesting that critical endeavors demand inspiration as well as "deep insight," "great delicacy," and "liberality": "the first requisite for a critic is liberality," he told Baillie, "and the second, liberality, and the third, liberality" (Corres., 1: 46).
We are truly grateful that they '...exhort in their exhortation; gives with liberality; leads with diligence; and shows mercy with cheerfulness.'
'She was allowed to cover Malacanang after Rappler was declared to be controlled by foreigners by the SEC only because of liberality of the President.
Minister of Defense Sedki Sobhy inaugurated the ceremony by praising Hegazy, thanking his liberality during his service, saying that the former chief of staff served the nation in the most difficult period of history.