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good faith,

n honesty of intention. Generally, not a sufficient defense in a dental malpractice lawsuit.
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Bonafide Boots has brought together top-notch designs, manufacturing know-how, and technology expertise to deliver the hottest products available today.
This new way of thinking has extended to other Bonafide brands, spurring it to launch nine new products in the last two years, something it hasn't done for more than a decade, says Greco.
Sequoia got the team it wanted to play in the knockout final -- KIA Motors -- if only to avenge its only defeat in the tournament, but Jimmy Abdullah Beltran's charges practically had to go through a wringer before winning the Inter-Company Bonafide Division A championship crown.
BIGGER THAN EVER: Top, Punjabi No 1 Dance Group; left, Bonafide WHAT A LINE-UP: Left, Dance troupe Dance Factory North East; top, Miss Mei; above, Sam Khan
In music she counts Jay Z, P Diddy, Lindsey Lohan, Kanye West and Kelis as bonafide fans, throwing parties across the globe for all sorts of recording royalty, the added.
ATLANTA, June 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- People will do a lot of things to prove they are bonafide.
THE Audi R8 supercar is about to become the world's first bonafide diesel supercar.
And while each of the four pitchers who had started a game for the Dodgers before Tuesday had been at least adequate at least once, there still isn't a bonafide No.
As usual, this was pretty much a roll-call of their greatest hits, with two bonafide classics added to the list in the last 12 months.
The opportunity to tour with established acts like Buck Owens and Merle Haggard came with that hit song, and Charley Pride was on his way to being an official, bonafide country and western superstar.
Bolstered by convenience to Manhattan, breathtaking skyline and river views, excellent highway and airport access, and a great variety of recreational activities, the region is prospering as a bonafide alternative to living in Manhattan.
Furthermore, because any disposition would be motivated by the desire to further a landlord's business of renting real estate, it would clearly be a bonafide disposition.