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- Before an audience of 6,000 at Oral Roberts University, the evangelist said, "I've had to stop a sermon, go back and raise a dead person," adding good-naturedly, "It did improve my .
- It appears to be a true reflection of her spirit eccentric, good-naturedly feminist, kind of funny and kind of sentimental.
- The President good-naturedly brushed off the demonstration, telling Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, "It made me feel right at home.
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- Springfield Township High School students take music to Woodmere Art Museum
Sophomore Sean Ellis’ hands shook subtly. “I’m very nervous,” the baritone, from Springfield Township High School, admitted with a grin as his friends and fellow musicians laughed good-naturedly. However, Ellis’ confident, expressive performance of “Make Them Hear You” from the musical “Ragtime” at Springfield’s chamber recital masked any unease he felt and received hearty applause.
June 19, 2013 - Springfield Sun
- Johnnie Cochran in CNN International
At times, it was a lot of fun,Cochran wrote of the "Seinfeld" spoof. "And I knew that accepting it good-naturedly, even participating in it, helped soothe some of the angry feelings from the Simpson case."
- Gregory Smith in Blogcritics.org (blog)
We have a bit of a sibling relationship,agreed Smith in a separate interview. "We bicker good-naturedly."
- Jose Valentin in MLB.com
I have no problem with Paul,Valentin said. "I didn't take [the story] that way. ...... Me and [Carlos] Beltran were making fun of him [good-naturedly]."