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He is correct with his attitude and always openminded to improve and continue being the best goalkeeper in England.
My advice to students is to dress smartly, ask lots of questions and be openminded.
Any interactions I had with him, he was openminded on it, but I never remember him being convinced one way or the other, so he wanted to give this proposal a shot.
When we formed the Forum for openminded patriots, the goal was to restore democracy in the party and realize the structural reforms.
We have to be openminded but it's more likely his next big objective would be the Jacques le Marois in mid-August, with a prep race before.
It is safer and people are much more openminded now, especially here in England.
Debenhams is openminded with regard to exploring operational opportunities to improve its performance.
Debenhams, which issued a profits warning on New Year's Eve after poor Christmas trading, said it was openminded about the offer of exploring operational opportunities in order to improve its performance.
Lambert has been openminded enough to finally recognise his and Villa's young and hungry policy needs tweaking.
While depoliticizing the debate may be impossible, all parties need to be more openminded.
Foster has insisted he is openminded about where he ends up but is keen to settle his future as soon as possible.
Connections are still openminded as to whether Fingal Bay will contest the Neptune over this 2m5f at Cheltenham, or step up to 3m for the Albert Bartlett.