upstanding citizens

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  • He was an honest and upstanding citizen in a time when not many ballplayers could say the same.
  • For the past five decades, the institute has been credited with providing top servicemen and upstanding citizens to the country.
  • He was remembered by the whole town as a hard working, upstanding citizen who impacted everyone he encountered.
  • The closer he gets to the truth, the further his life spins out of control especially when he learns his upstanding citizen brother may be involved.
  • For a while, though, Roger seemed to be an upstanding citizen and even became involved with Peggy.
  • Among many things the JJC is committed to developing future leaders and upstanding citizens of this country, whilst at the same time giving back to the community.
  • Initially reluctant to give into the temptation of the gold, soon even the most upstanding citizens are trying to guess the remark.
  • Mo is an upstanding citizen with ties to almost every family in Jersey.
  • By choosing to be an upstanding citizen, the player can earn the right to buy powerful new weapons, ships and technologies.
  • An upstanding citizen, his only negative trait is his timid nature.
  • She has the power to turn hard men such as Malines and his sailors into agreeable, upstanding citizens; though their rough sides never fully dissipate.
  • Harris was on the surface an upstanding citizen, married with two children, Albert and Henrietta.
  • Instead of rebellion, the music would be morally good and inspire Mexico's youth to support the Mexican government and be upstanding citizens.
  • Philip is a somewhat strict and gruff man, but he does have a softer side, and is an upstanding citizen.
  • The film ends happily with Sivakumar recognizing that his now son-in-law is in actuality a really upstanding citizen in the village.
  • Founders Arthur Patchett and William Crabtree became prosperous and upstanding citizens who left their mark on the community they lived in.
  • They've taken the characters, and in reverse Twain tradition, white-washed them into fine upstanding citizens with no deviltry, and no charming original thoughts.
  • He is under investigation and the man in charge of the case is Nadeem's character, the traditional upstanding citizen and an upholder of values and justice.
  • At the same time, however, the rules are deemed to be restrictive enough to prevent criminals from easily obtaining firearms, while allowing upstanding citizens to own one for personal protection.
  • Therefore, recognising acts of heroism provided Carnegie with a practical quality control mechanism through which bestow charity safe in the knowledge that it was going to suitably upstanding citizens.