KIND


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AcronymDefinition
KINDKids in Need of Direction
KINDKudirat Institute for Nigerian Democracy (Lagos, Nigeria)
KINDKids in Need of Dreams
KINDKennis Intensief Netwerk Doorgroeiers (Dutch: Knowledge Intensive Network by Growers)
KINDKashmir Institute of National Development (Pakistan)
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Among others of this kind was Dr Blifil, a gentleman who had the misfortune of losing the advantage of great talents by the obstinacy of a father, who would breed him to a profession he disliked.
At the bottom of the excavation they constructed a wheel of oak, a kind of circle strongly bolted together, and of immense strength.
I had scarcely had an hour's rest, when he came again for me with a saddle and bridle and a new kind of bit.
In addition to the above objects, there were many things of a kind to awaken human fear.
I make bold to state that no man of all the men who walk the earth with me ever suffer fear of like kind and degree.
Then, remembering how his father had often told him that a kind deed is never lost, he swam to Alidoro and, catching hold of his tail, dragged him to the shore.
So the kind little Fairy left her home and friends to go with him; and thus, side by side, they flew beneath the bright summer sky.
She's turrible hard to get along with, an' kind o' heaves benefits at your head, same 's she would bricks; but they're benefits jest the same, an' mebbe it's your job to kind o' pay for 'em in good behavior.
He'd always been such a good, kind brother to me--but God knows best.
As there is neither sun with us, nor any light of such a kind as to make shadows, we have none of the helps to the sight that you have in Spaceland.
MY DEAR AND KIND BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--I feel that I am guilty, I feel that I have sinned against you.
Some take hold of suits, only for an occasion to cross some other; or to make an information, whereof they could not otherwise have apt pretext; without care what become of the suit, when that turn is served; or, generally, to make other men's business a kind of entertainment, to bring in their own.