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In Kind

1. See: In-kind distribution.

2. See: In-kind income.

3. See: Payment in kind bond.
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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.
This kind of work required on the part of the workmen extreme nicety and minute attention.
It was not high, nor yet low, but full, and clear, and kind, and when he gave orders it was so steady and decided that every one knew, both horses and men, that he expected to be obeyed.
It was of a quality and kind that transcended all my experiences.
Now, let's see what kind of fish we have caught today," said the Green Fisherman.
Meanwhile, over hill and dale went Thistledown, and for a time was kind and gentle to every living thing.
Oh, aunt Jane and I get along splendidly," exclaimed Rebecca; "she's just as good and kind as she can be, and I like her better all the time.
I couldn't have Diana stay, she's good and kind and sweet--but it's not her sorrow--she's outside of it and she couldn't come close enough to my heart to help me.
Yes, he is a man of kind, kind heart--a man of deep feeling.
I asked her to let me think a minute; and she set there, very impatient and ex- cited and handsome, but looking kind of happy and eased-up, like a person that's had a tooth pulled out.
I have never had a friend or a kind word, except from you.
She wondered, with little intermission what could be the reason of it; was sure there must be some bad news, and thought over every kind of distress that could have befallen him, with a fixed determination that he should not escape them all.