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luh ving lee

  • r  with fondness; with love

  • The unaffiliated (but lovingly devoted) Googletutor.
  • Leslie Caron greets me on the terrace of La Lucarne aux Chouettes, the hotel-restaurant she has lovingly restored on the banks of the Yonne river in northern Burgundy.
  • The one-time Emperor nurtured the earth lovingly, professing himself content with watering his patch of the motherland.
News & Articles


  • Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone in International Herald Tribune
    2, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, said Galileo was an astronomer, but one who "lovingly cultivated his faith and his profound religious conviction."
  • President Bush in International Herald Tribune
    It's possible because of the iron will of the lady you lovingly refer to as 'Ma,'Bush said. "That would be you, Madame President. I appreciate the fact you've ushered in an age of reform, and you've opened up a new chapter in the...
  • Melissa Bean in FOXNews
    Lovingly, people might have said, 'Let's not ask her to do that,'Bean said. "She didn't want that level of protection. She thought, 'I'll decide what I can do and what I can't.'"

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