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As part of Hawaii's thriving and closely interconnected music scene, The Green share a pure-hearted love of their homeland, which shines through these unforgettable and emotionally moving songs.
The worlds of international boxing and gang-ruled Jamaican politics are twinned to initially eye-opening but ultimately welterweight effect in "Ghett'a Life," a sophomore feature from writer-helmer Chris Browne that reps little advance on his appealingly scrappy 1999 debut, "Third World Cop." This by-the-numbers tale of a pure-hearted youth whose pugilistic talent offers him a way out of the gunshot-ridden Kingston ghetto relies on ample local color to enliven its creaky story beats.
The ministry said: "The child, pure-hearted and in good faith, took the bag and moved towards the police vehicle."
It added: "The child, pure-hearted and in good faith, took the bag and moved towards the police vehicle."
The stamps will show Kim smiling with ''innocent and pure-hearted'' children, the office said.
Would he be considered a person of "real" merit making his own destiny, or a pure-hearted soul with his box of mixed chocolates, fortunate despite his disability?
It's fun to view yourself as a pure-hearted paladin surrounded by bad guys you can outwit.
Considered the epitome of the all-American boy, Tom Sawyer is full of mischief but basically pure-hearted. He is probably best remembered for the incident in which he gets a number of other boys to whitewash his Aunt Polly's fence--an unpleasant task in his eyes--by making the work seem to be extremely absorbing.
So far, the various countercultural movements of the '60s have been portrayed in movies, TV shows, and books mostly as noble, liberating struggles of pure-hearted, peace-loving longhairs against small-minded, selfish squares--a serious version of Rowan & Martin's Laugh In.
While one-too-many a puff piece on a "down-to-earth" celebrity or pure-hearted artist can throw one into the hands of the devil (at least for a moment).
The classical Greek hero need not even be morally upright, like the bloodthirsty Achilles, who defeated and defiled the pure-hearted Hector, defender of Troy and a hero in his own right.
The general belief is that the pure-hearted get their wishes fulfilled here.