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  • n  the quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct

  • Next day Governor Murray reinstated them, praised their "nobleness of spirit and good citizenship," added that he would pardon them even if they were criminally prosecuted.
  • No official, regardless of his position or the purity and nobleness of his character, should be granted such autocratic omnipotence.
  • One might call it Shakespearian if there were a shred of nobleness in the story of Eliot Spitzer's fall.

  • Bob Brown in National Indigenous Times
    The very fact that he's taken the walk and he's brought Indigenous issues back onto the agenda in the way he has, shows a nobleness of spirit which I hope Mr Howard will match,Senator Brown told reporters.

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