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proud

Medical history
An obsolete adjective referring or pertaining to an exhuberant granulation tissue reaction.
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I had the best upbringing any one could ask for: family values, the lot, and it is they the old ones, most of them gone now, they are the ones that I thank for making Liverpool great, and for giving me this proudness for my people.
They also expressed their proudness of His Majesty the Sultan and the other AGCC leaders support.
In tribute to PO2 Blake, I would quote Winston Churchill's salute to clearance divers: "It is an utmost proudness of myself to have met these men, those lords that I salute, praise and admire." (Thanks to Dippers Digest for this note.)
In terms of culinary proudness, I feel like I have given birth - and my God it was painful." The Ancient Greek Vinaigre - which I happen to think is the pick of the trio - is the ultimate fat-free salad dressing.
[...] I didn't really feel some nation proudness because it's not my stuff--it's your history, it's Canadian history.
"There's this proudness about their ability to cope," Dr.
Take the stairway with the love and proudness we have for you.
"There's a pride and proudness in Atlanta of the presence of a Morehouse and Clark Atlanta University, but a disregard, if not hatred, in Nashville for the presence of Fisk."