warmheartedness


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Unlike Broadway, which tends to push warmheartedness and soft-pedal harshness in family-targeted entertainments, the National has a reputation of not softening its year-round approach when appealing to family audiences.
In a speech, the Queen said: ``There is something distinctive here - an honesty, directness and warmheartedness - which I appreciate.''
She was so impressed by the kindness and warmheartedness of the Russians that she could not see how the Russian people could ever have wanted the Cold War.