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Magnanimous numa frase em (in ingles)

It was a magnanimous hunt.
I must be magnanimous and truly great.
Yet they are magnanimous to him, he said.
At the time, it was considered a magnanimous event.
I used the word magnanimous at the beginning of this chapter.
Almighty is so compassionate and magnanimous that he bestows on.
History will then remember him as a magnanimous man who had aver-.

She looked at Tom, alarmed now, but he insisted with magnanimous scorn.
I understand your wish to be magnanimous, but the law demands the truth.
If they did not have such a magnanimous hearts, how would they such a joyous.
Not in the whole world does there exist a more magnanimous being than Nicolas Irtenieff.
What you say suggests that as victors we should be magnanimous and forgive the sins of.
The Cubans have remained magnanimous, though, and desire only the return to peaceful industry.
In a magnanimous gesture, she flagged down the bartender and ordered a round of drinks on her.
In any other man I should have thought that the prompting of a magnanimous and noble character.
Probably drove in from Mission Hills, feeling magnanimous about setting foot north of the river.
Pougatcheff, who was evidently playing the magnanimous, turned his head and set off without a word.
Different rates of vibration balanced in the cosmic rhythm produce, before us the magnanimous world.
Morse was magnanimous in return, and was happy to have played such a vital part in rescuing the President.
He felt that the husband was magnanimous even in his sorrow, while he had been base and petty in his deceit.
It either fooled Lakecrest, or he was feeling magnanimous, for he said, It seems the boy has become a man.
However, we had to interrupt this magnanimous and philosophical conversation since we were called from the boat.
The highest appreciation and a magnanimous tribute to American journalism, by the representative European Journal.
Lords were often petty and vindictive, and nothing about Ralph encouraged her to believe that he would be magnanimous.
Was there ever such unconsciousness? He did not seem to think that he at all deserved a medal from the Humane and Magnanimous Societies.
So have I seen Passion and Vanity stamping the living magnanimous earth, but the earth did not alter her tides and her seasons for that.
Our officer returned to his base full of dignity and respect, supported by his victory and by being the finest example of a bold and magnanimous hero.
I had never lingered in that land which, on the whole, is so singularly barren of memorable manifestations of generous sympathies and magnanimous impulses.
She had been magnanimous enough to renounce all pride in teapots or children's frilling, and had never poured any pathetic confidences into the ears of her feminine neighbors concerning Mr.
Stryver having made up his mind to that magnanimous bestowal of good fortune on the Doctor's daughter, resolved to make her happiness known to her before he left town for the Long Vacation.
To which Sancho returned, "Oh, princess and universal lady of El Toboso, is not your magnanimous heart softened by seeing the pillar and prop of knight-errantry on his knees before your sublimated presence?".
They left a desolate desert, a monument of ruin, despair, pestilence, and death, to the magnanimous victor morally pledged to stand sponsor to the Free Cuba that is to arise on the blood-soaked ashes of the Island.
So with a joyful consciousness of performing a magnanimous deed- interrupted several times by the tears that dimmed her velvety black eyes- she wrote that touching letter the arrival of which had so amazed Nicholas.
So with a joyful consciousness of performing a magnanimous deed—interrupted several times by the tears that dimmed her velvety black eyes—she wrote that touching letter the arrival of which had so amazed Nicholas.
Do you suppose now, Ishmael, that the magnanimous God of heaven and earth—pagans and all included—can possibly be jealous of an insignificant bit of black wood? Impossible! But what is worship?—to do the will of God—THAT is worship.
The deficit was inconsiderable, some two rubles in all, and the good Finn was magnanimous; he slapped his passenger on the shoulder, called him a "good comrade," declared that he would not press a poor man, and would always be ready to do him a service.
The position was the more awkward because the Emperor, meditating upon his magnanimous plans, was pacing patiently up and down before the outspread map, occasionally glancing along the road to Moscow from under his lifted hand with a bright and proud smile.
But, sir, the wise and magnanimous policy of the General Government has uniformly conferred on the respective Territories the rights of State sovereignty so soon as their numbers would fairly entitle them to one member in the House of Representatives of the United States.
If this is the case, then from the attitude towards Christmas taken by overseeing elites, the Western world is in serious trouble with a considerably less magnanimous competitor poised ready to assert the cultural direction those in the realm once known as Christendom no longer seem willing to exhibit.
He wore it at the meeting of some good comrades, Italians and Occidentals, assembled in his honour under the presidency of an indigent, sickly, somewhat hunchbacked little photographer, with a white face and a magnanimous soul dyed crimson by a bloodthirsty hate of all capitalists, oppressors of the two hemispheres.

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