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1. She described him, rather charitably, as quiet whereas I would have said he was boring.
2. Try to think about him a little more charitably.
3. Capablanca the return match he deserved, but charitably agreed to play such less dangerous opponents as Yefim Bogolyubov and Max Euwe.
4. This story elucidation, guerdon badly person act charitably , and is a bad person of cognition and does not speak the reputation's innate character.
5. Still, he reflected charitably, it was hardly her fault.
6. Generally the person who act charitably, usually hoping can get other people repays.
7. Every UK pound spent on publically or charitably funded research yields a 30% return per year—in perpetuity—from direct or indirect gains to the UK's gross domestic product.
8. If you're looking at this charitably , you might say that everyone's fallible, and the subjective element cannot be eliminated entirely.
9. She treated him charitably.
10. He is often hired to inform Fleet Street about client views or, less charitably, to dish the dirt on opponents.sentencedict.com/charitably.html
11. And whoever had done those carvings on the wall, Twoflower thought charitably, had probably been drinking too much.
12. But even in Europe’s most socialised bastions, hospices tend to be privately or charitably funded, at least in part.
13. You'll end up with the screen shown in Figure 5, which can charitably be described as plain but functional.
14. Moan with nail-biting, or take measures to solve the problems actively and pass the means on to the posterity charitably.
15. The Mark Sanford who emerges from Mrs. Sanford’s book and in conversation, is, to put it charitably, an odd duck.
16. If you earned much money, at on the hoof of time act charitably much.
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