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charity

1. 
a. the giving of help, money, food, etc., to those in need
b. (as modifier): a charity show
2. 
a. an institution or organization set up to provide help, money, etc., to those in need
b. (as modifier): charity funds
3. the help, money, etc., given to the needy; alms

CHARITY

(language)
A functional language based purely on category theory by Cockett, Spencer, and Fukushima, 1990-1991.

A version for Sun-4 is available from Tom Fukushima <fukushim@ucalgary.ca>.

["About Charity", J.R.B. Cockett, U. Calgary, Canada, et al].
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Leaving aside that this would prove nothing whatsoever about manmade climate change - in fact the claim can be described charitably (and literally) as a half-truth.
Or, to put it less charitably, lying, like the woman who assures Matt Tebbutt tonight that the apples on the supermarket shelves would have been picked no more than 48 hours ago when in reality they've been in storage for months.
Charity seems to have been lacking on the part of the Hippodrome management despite the fact that we are requested to support the Hippodrome charitably, not least through the absurd handling charge for tickets if we choose to pay in ready cash.
Even in West Virginia, where conflicts of interest tend to be viewed charitably, having the speaker of the house simultaneously serve as a union's general counsel proved to be too much for the state ethics commission to stomach.
The Kingston Republican authored what most observers considered to be a compromise bill that won the support of Secretary of State Bill Gardner and town and city clerks, who had what can charitably called serious concerns about a piece of voter ID legislation making its way through the House.
which is a 40-year-old Arkansas-made tradition, has a leadership team that looks for ways to give charitably and encourages its staffers to follow suit.
Notwithstanding that Mr Cole can charitably forgive Sir Eric's ignorance, I still feel I have to pose one niggling little question.
CROSBY ActionAid campaigners are urging Merseysiders to think charitably when they are choosing their festive tipple.
The illustrations suggesting what you can do when you quit smoking--blow bubbles, wear a T-shirt bragging about your feat, clog your toilet with cigarettes--can be charitably described as uninspired.
Muth, a visionary economist and progressive leader in the field of applied economy, charitably accepted an invitation to guest edit this edition.
They found that participants who received a dose of oxytocin, administered with a nasal spray, behaved more charitably towards members of their own group.
lt;p>The TMS lacks some newer security features, such as reputation filtering, and its forwarding performance can charitably be called modest.