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  • r  with fondness; with love
    she spoke to her children fondly

  • Mona Frost still keeps a fondly inscribed photograph of the Nixons in an honored place in her Suffolk bungalow.
  • Working first as a deputy to his father, the late Sheik Rashid, and since 2006 ruling the country on his own, Sheik Mo (as some of his subjects fondly call him) has transformed the .
  • So here we have, in a brief paragraph, the multilayered character known so fondly to his author as Benjamin Franklin: as a young man, then seen through the eyes of his older self .
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  • Gordon Brown in Washington Post
    She was a courageous woman, both in life and death, and the whole country has admired her determination to provide a bright future for her children,Brown said. "She will be remembered fondly by all who knew her, and her family can be...
  • Ricky Ponting in North West Star
    Jane was a wonderful person who fought and maintained grace and dignity during her long-term illness,the Australian cricket captain, Ricky Ponting, said from the West Indies. "Jane will be very fondly remembered by all of us."
  • Mitt Romney in USA Today
    It's touching to have folks remember us fondly,Romney said after voting Tuesday afternoon in Belmont.

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