straight-thinking

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Right now it's hidden behind being straight-acting, straight-thinking, straight-feeling, and straight privilege.
Countless people will have cause to thank Jim Thomson's straight-thinking approach to this matter.
The places in Mindanao that were badly hit by the scam were not wanting in financial wizards or straight-thinking people who could have stopped the GNIS from bundling their hard-earned and/or borrowed cash and taking these to the Aman/Rasuman agents who promised them instant wealth and fast and double returns on their investments.
A true son-of-the-soil, a leader who is focused, straight-thinking, passionate and, most of all, humble, he will lead the numerous initiatives that are on the anvil.
Come on journos, straight-thinking authorities and people - all males were bachelors to begin with
All the acting is strong, from McDormand's warm, straight-thinking companion to Eve Hewson as an Irish teenage fan and friend of Cheyenne's coping with a sense of abandonment.
But it was Shirley's no-nonsense and straight-thinking approach to all matters was a most refreshing characteristic, a skill harnessed over many years, inspiring so many that have been blessed with her friendship.
Why is it that a furry animal can get normal straight-thinking people up in arms?
Okay, so she's not interested in vans, but it illustrates a difference between straight-thinking, practical, blokey mindset and the fluffy, pink, image-conscious female one.
I am an elderly lady who has been driving for 35 years with no convictions, partially disabled, but still straight-thinking.