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Terry Lee Loewen was just a laid-back, warmhearted avionics technician—or so his family thought.Terry Lee Loewen, the Mellow Kansas Man Who Dreamed of Jihad | Michael Daly | December 16, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“The man emerged completely warmhearted, with humility of spirit and with a deeper philosophy,” she said.Portrait of FDR as a Young Man: How He Became a Radical | Harvey J. Kaye | October 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
She was remarkably communicative, open and warmhearted, with a propensity towards considerable extravagance of speech.Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth | George Brandes
She stopped short, because she did not wish the child—so young, so sweet, so warmhearted—to be disillusioned.Angel Unawares | C. N. Williamson
Only the joyous and warmhearted Lablache was left of her old comrades to welcome her back to the scene of her old triumphs.Great Singers, First Series | George T. Ferris
In 1793 the warmhearted and determined little boy saved a woman's life.
Anything of the unusual at once appealed to the warmhearted, impulsive, somewhat eccentric, lady.Madame Flirt | Charles E. Pearce
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