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  • Even Queen Victoria, that most German-connected and -minded of 19th-century British monarchs, would denounce her most illustrious forebear, Elizabeth I, for the "cruelty to my ancestress, Mary Queen of Scots."

    Servants To Masters Allan Mallinson 2011

  • The freedom on the stage, the people with open-ended and -minded philosophies, who were more than ready for experimentation: they lived for it.

    Last Words George Carlin 2009

  • From one moment to the next, he is as sweet and naive as a storybook shepherdess, as dirty-mouthed and -minded as a sailor on shore leave, as scatterbrained as Lucy Ricardo, as serene as a Tibetan monk or as no-nonsense as an old Broadway trouper.

    NYT > Home Page By DAVID COLMAN 2011

  • A study shows more than $120 billion in potential investments for these socially -minded companies. News Evangeline Gomez 2012


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