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philanthropy
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Anna Karenina
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  • And some people said that Madame Stahl had made her social position as a philanthropic, highly religious woman;
  • It’s not from philanthropy, it’s from the heart.
  • Oh, something in a philanthropic way?
  • "It’s impossible to give one’s heart to a school or such institutions in general, and I believe that’s just why philanthropic institutions always give such poor results."
  • The Society of the Little Sisters" (this was a religiously-patriotic, philanthropic institution) "was going splendidly, but with these gentlemen it’s impossible to do anything," added Countess Lidia Ivanovna in a tone of ironical submission to destiny.

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  • Her primary interests are family and philanthropy.
  • She is a philanthropist who wants to assure every child has easy access to the Internet.

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