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  • r  in a magnanimous manner
    magnanimously, he forgave all those who had harmed him

  • Brown flung off his coat, magnanimously tossed his cuff links to the crowd, and was led off draped in a purple capeonly to rush back for another number.
  • We can prove how a great nation can deal magnanimously with a small nation at a time when Third World and North-South relations are at stake.
  • I'd like to think I magnanimously stepped aside to give some eager young male colleague the pleasure of reviewing it.
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  • Duncan Watts in Times Online
    Sentiments of people of Vidarbha can no longer be ignored. The region with its distinct culture and mores has always maintained a separate identity and never integrated with Maharashtra. Now Maharashtra should magnanimously agree to carving out of... Vilas Muttemwar http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vilas_Muttemwar&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF5W_rwB9ap9NVP2MCrwgF-3_MHpA Times of India http://www.google.com/url?q=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/Time-to-stop-emotional-blackmail-on-Vidarbha/articleshow/5332312.cms&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHWQM7kGuPHY6JMuTqtUq0moqIP0g Dec 12, 2009 60377 80587 magnanimously As Duncan Watts, Australian-born professor of sociology at Columbia University, wrote in The New York Times after Scooch-gate: The large, industrialised nations magnanimously invite their poorer but more numerous eastern cousins to join their...

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