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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.

  • 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 Times of India 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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