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The former seems overgenerous, since unlike in "On the Common Saying" the term "alle" is explicitly applied Frauen, and Kant showed no other signs of remitting.
Shareholders, led by insurers and large pension funds, have become increasingly critical of what they regard as overgenerous pay for senior executives, especially where corporate performance has been disappointing.
Mossis' roast beef, beef tongue and basterma sandwiches are also widely popular for their taste, which is reminiscent of old times when sandwiches did not drown in an overgenerous slosh of mayonnaise.
Like many others, he lamented the overgenerous land policies of the federal and state governments, which not only gave away "untold millions of fertile acres of the public domain" to railroads but also invited fraud and corruption.
144) For present purposes, the issue is not overgenerous instream appropriation laws, nor is it even whether the laws go far enough to protect vital public instream values.
I find John's evaluation of Gallus fair, if somewhat overgenerous.
Their counterparts today focus, with varying degrees of intensity, on the fiscal consequences of overgenerous pension and health care arrangements for public employees.
The more particular and local finding for Spain is that take-out rates there are in one sense overgenerous to players.
There is clearly no justification for milking this overgenerous redundancy payoff.
49) The AICPA may be overgenerous in making these allowances.
As part of a review of space utilization throughout the chain, but with particular focus on the new expanded units, the company determined that it had been overgenerous in its allocation of space for home health care.
In the present context, Kuitca's signature architectural iconography served not only to indicate the persistent nature of his practice, but also, and more unfortunately, to call further attention to the handsome if overgenerous eight-story setting.