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  • r  in a generous manner

  • They subsidize it generously; they cosset it with quotas and tax breaks.
  • The passengers generously left some sandwiches and milk for her beside the road.
  • We also increase benefits to the Guard and Reserve, and even more generously to those who serve in the Selected Reserve.
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  • New York City Bike Share: A Beautiful System Marred By Computer Trouble
    I have used New York's new Citi Bike bike share system almost daily since it began on Sunday, May 26. I love it. The bikes are solid, comfortable, smooth, beautifully designed, a joy to ride. The stations you check them in and out of are generously provided all over Manhattan below 59th Street, as well as in a sizable patch of Brooklyn, and they too are elegantly and sensibly designed. Simply ...
    June 11, 2013 - Forbes
  • Giant customers support troops with $517,000 donation
    Customers and associates at Giant Food Stores generously showed their support for men and women in the Armed Forces by donating $517,535 through the stores' annual Support Our Troops campaign.
    June 11, 2013 - York Daily Record
  • Fisherman's pie
    Serves 6 generously Something about the biting winter air makes us long for hearty food and familiar tastes. Here, white fish and shrimp, along with potatoes and cheese turn into a crusty casserole-style dish in a silky sauce. It's topped with mashed potatoes, which turn golden brown in the oven. The cheese can be left out of both the filling ...        
    June 11, 2013 - Boston Globe

  • Stephen Harper in The Associated Press
    We are honored that you have given so generously of your time,Harper said.
  • Michael Parkinson in WalesOnline
    The facts are he did something that was silly, obscene, tasteless and unfunny,said Sir Michael. "He's generously called a comedian. I can't feel much sympathy for him."
  • Ban Ki-moon in Guardian Unlimited
    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the donors must "invest now, invest generously, and remain steadfast in their financial commitments over the next 36 months."

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