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Word: candor

Definition: frankness; open honesty; ADJ. candid

Sentences Containing 'candor'

Affectation of candor is common enough one meets with it everywhere.
asked the count, assuming all air and tone of the utmost simplicity and candor.
Author Jamie Geller wrote that Weir's "knowledge and candor are remarkable" In 2008, Weir was the winner of the Al Brounstein Meritorious Service Award, given by nonprofit group L’Chaim Napa Valley in memory of the notable Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon leader who founded Diamond Creek Vineyards.
By October, 2013, signage south of Candor to south of Ellerbe will be updated and be part of Interstate 74.
Continuing in concurrency with I-73/US 220, in connects two segments of the interstate from Winston-Salem to Candor.
He controls individual victims by destroying their sense of self-worth, and seeks broader power (over "the world", as he declares to Keating in a moment of candor) by promoting the ideals of ethical altruism and a rigorous egalitarianism that treats all people and achievements as equally valuable, regardless of their true value.
It continues south bypassing the towns of Seagrove, Biscoe and Candor.
JournoList member, and Time magazine columnist, Joe Klein added that the off-the-record nature of the forum was necessary because “candor is essential and can only be guaranteed by keeping these conversations private”.
On January 2008, an section of freeway was completed from Candor to Ellerbe; however, it was signed Future I-73/I-74.
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The east–west highway between the town of Horseheads and the village of Candor by way of the villages of Van Etten and Spencer was originally designated as NY 53 in the mid-1920s.
The former routing of NY 223 southeastward to Van Etten became an extension of NY 224 while the Spencer–Candor portion became a realignment of NY 96.
The remainder of of existing and new freeway between Ulah and Candor was also signed as I-73/I-74 along US 220.
The route initially continued east to the village of Candor when it was assigned as part of the 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York; however, it was cut back to its current length in the early 1950s.
Thomas P. Bailey (1867–1949) was an American educator and early-twentieth century race theorist. In the words of C. Vann Woodward, his 1913 publication "Race Orthodoxy in the South" "set down this 'racial creed of the Southern people' with such candor and accuracy that it may serve as the best available summary".
who have often disdained the generous candor of my sister, and gratified my vanity in useless or blameable mistrust!
``Indeed, count,''said Morcerf,``I thank you sincerely for having used so much candor towards me, and I gratefully accept the exclusion which you propose.
``This is not to the purpose,''said Eugenie;``let us speak candidly, sir; I admire candor.''

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