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kuhm pa shuh nuht lee

  • r  in a compassionate manner

  • Kevin Rudd in Sydney Morning Herald
    He made clear to the insurance council that the Government expects insurers to act promptly and compassionately,said Mr Rudd, who urged victims with insurance concerns to contact their local federal MP.
  • David Gill in
    United chief executive David Gill said: "We've tried to make sure we deal with things around the anniversary appropriately and compassionately. We spoke to those who were directly affected by the crash such as Sir Bobby (Charlton), as well as people...
  • John McCain in New York Times
    The media often overlooked how compassionately she spoke to the concerns and dreams of millions of Americans, and she deserves a lot more appreciation than she sometimes received,Mr. McCain said.

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