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warm

1. (of colours) predominantly red or yellow in tone
2. (of a scent, trail, etc.) recently made; strong
3. near to finding a hidden object or discovering or guessing facts, as in children's games
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These bulletin boards pass along warmhearted stories, comics and jokes, and feature photographs of residents and staff enjoying themselves.
Los Angeles director Harvey Marx--who has traveled with his newest feature, a warmhearted romantic comedy called Swallows, to festivals from Toronto to London to Turin, Italy--left saying, "Most of the time when you go to festivals, you are on your own.
Rather, he was a warmhearted, zealous pastor, indignant at the treatment of the poor.
Even so, the book will act as a warmhearted introduction to a great sovereign and a woman who still has the power to fascinate.
It is the dissolute Sid who handles the situation upon the prodigal's drunken return, and with the aid of warmhearted Nat and the forgiving Muriel everything is put to right.
FRANK Carson was a one-off - the Belfast comic legend was a warmhearted gentlemen from the old school of comedy.
President Neil Cameron said: "The warmhearted people of the North Country have always been very kind.
That way we will always be warmhearted and right thinking.