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I acquainted myself with these historical coordinates while helping Henry Dijon, a kindhearted archaeologist from Mars, investigate the mysterious disappearance of his boss who was abducted while leading an excavation in a cave on the planet Earth.
Officer Leath was a loving mother, a kindhearted woman, and a well-respected officer who served her community selflessly.
Then Suyettar who of course wanted them to think that she was a human, kindhearted girl said, no, she would bathe them.
MIGHTY MIKKOPARKER FILLMORE
But no, it was no mistake; and the words of that kindhearted messenger, his compassionate air as he spoke to me and shook my hand.
Kindhearted folk are always shrewd and clever, when it is a question of doing a kind act.
No matter, said the kindhearted Gerval; if the young womans husband or relatives are criminals I will keep her none the less.
He was having good times now; for his boss, George Ealer, was as kindhearted as Brown wasn't.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Once upon a time there lived a king who had but one son, and he was called the Kindhearted.
Prince Kindhearted and the princess were happily married, and I was present at the wedding feast and also felt happy.
This shower of conflicting statements always left the kindhearted people in a confused frame of mind and broke me up completely.
BILTMORE OSWALDJ. THORNE SMITH, JR.

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