KINDS


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AcronymDefinition
KINDSKorea Integrated News Database System (South Korea)
KINDSKnowledge-based Interfaces to National Data Sets (UK)
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As sympathies of all kinds are apt to beget love, so experience teaches us that none have a more direct tendency this way than those of a religious kind between persons of different sexes.
On the same principle, even if a writer in his poetic imitation were to combine all metres, as Chaeremon did in his Centaur, which is a medley composed of metres of all kinds, we should bring him too under the general term poet.
At those cries of suffering, the Marionette, who after all had a very kind heart, was moved to compassion.
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.
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.
On the contrary, we could see nothing of the kind, not at least so as to distinguish one figure from another.
MY DEAR AND KIND BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--I feel that I am guilty, I feel that I have sinned against you.