reformed character

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"You're positively a reformed character, I'm glad to see," said Katavasov, meeting Levin in the little drawing room.
I've taken to cultivating my mind I'm a reformed character, you know, now I'm a married man.
And dad-of-six Keith insists he is a reformed character. He told the Telegraph: "I spend all my time strimming and burning weeds."
Last week, French - who says he is a "reformed character" - became the latest complainant to come forward with accusations.
Although called some rude names when running over hurdles, Vibrato Valtat showed himself to be a reformed character in his novice chasing season last winter.
It could be worth sticking with the Ballydoyle theme in the Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes (4.15) as Air Force Blue looked a reformed character when storming away with the Phoenix Stakes on his last visit to today's venue.
"You spend the first part of your career mucking it up, and then you messed it up so bad that you clean it up" - Former boxing champion Mike Tyson, who claims to be a reformed character since he took up acting.
Meanwhile with Wenger's counterpart at Newcastle, Alan Pardew, returning to the touchline after completing a seven-match ban for head-butting Hull City midfielder David Meyler on 1 March, the Frenchman feels that the Newcastle boss would be a reformed character, the report added.
Yet reformed character and young dad Stokes did himself, his family and his adopted country proud with a defiant 120 as England subsided all around him to a 3-0 deficit at the WACA on Tuesday.
She is now a reformed character. Quote: "After becoming a mum, I'm much more of a morning person these days ...
That may seem a strange thing to say about a horse who refused earlier in the season but he has looked a reformed character since then.

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