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Although he generally presents critics of McDonald's as public-spirited activists, he can't resist taking a shot at Samuel Hirsch, the lawyer who filed the first two obesity lawsuits against fast food restaurants.
Councillors were supposed to be public-spirited amateurs.
That's all changed as recent disaster victims comprehend the value of the help created for them by four of the country's public-spirited organizations.
Bahar rightly categorizes this as Wollstonecraft's attempt to create an aesthetic representation of a public-spirited woman.
For a few short months, America felt more united and public-spirited than it had in decades.
Web sites, columns, and op-eds are not substitutes for a more aggressive, public-spirited GLBT journalism.
became the slogan for the small but energetic group of public-spirited citizens.
The public-spirited quartet has been recruited to work at Kinver, near Stourbridge.
Public-spirited contributors apparently retaliate against exploiters in the only way available to them--by withdrawing their contributions, even knowing that they will probably end up with less money than if they gritted their teeth and continued to pay into the public fund.
Some 75 percent of SCA's funding is provided by conservation agencies; a healthy membership base of 23,000 and contributions from public-spirited corporations and foundations make up the balance.
By the same token, public-spirited people everywhere can support their neighborhood libraries by patronizing local book sales.
A program that gets trees in the ground as it pairs youngsters with public-spirited mentors--firemen--was described by Bob Ricard, urban and community forester for the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension Service.