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a wood-turning tool used for shaping the insides and bottoms of cylinders
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While laughing, one should also be broad-minded and try to understand the point, not look for faults
He stressed that specifications and criteria for the candidate of the presidency include confidence, righteousness, fears lechery, keeping his door open before people, of good morals and appropriate educational qualification, modernized , broad-minded , have power of foresight initiative and experience.
It turns out that self-affirmation makes people more broad-minded and less prone to misinformation.
Simple exercises and pages for notetaking enhance this broad-minded, positive inspiration-focused guide to taking charge of one's own life.
His presence persisted into the 20th-century Yiddish literature that I study, where the most idealized doctors were intellectuals with a common touch, broad-minded humanists whose ready empathy was channeled into liberal political and social engagement.
Now it is a two-hour play littered with four letter words and explicit descriptions of sexual acts that will shock even the most broad-minded.
Does she suggest that English students who come to Wales have a narrower education, or that perhaps to make them more broad-minded they should all go to Germany?
Thankfully audiences in Birmingham are more broad-minded and gave the first night's show a standing ovation.
Part one analyzes the history of children's literature and the modern-day diversity of its genres; part two is packed with tips, tricks, and techniques from professionals in the field; and part 3 includes broad-minded guidance such as how to shape a solid plot, create well-rounded characters, handle tricky subjects, and even finding a capable agent or publisher when ready for print.
Syed Agha Hassan Al-Moosvi Al-Safvi said that Maulana Showkat Ahmad Shah was a prudent and broad-minded religious scholar and a man with great insight.
Alas for the broad-minded, the Constitution names only four crimes or offenses Congress has the power to penalize: counterfeiting, treason, piracy on the high seas, and offenses against-the law of nations.
She considers how his reputation changed from a broad-minded Muslim thinker in the 1940s and 50s to leader of the most rigid and narrow faction of Islamism some 40 years later, the influence of his relations with Middle Eastern countries, the impact of his Dewan Da'wah Islamiyah Indonesia organization on other Islamist movements, and similar issues.