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without stint

Generously or liberally. I think we should promote Trish, especially considering that she always gave her time without stint when we needed help with that project.
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do something without ˈstint

(written) do something generously and in large amounts: She praises her pupils without stint.
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While the little stints will carry on with their long journey, many of the dunlin which are arriving will stay with us for the winter.
A career in coaching followed, with two stints at Preston, before a short-lived tenure at West Brom.
After faultless stints from Ahmad and Modell over the course of the opening four hours, matched by superb team-work during the pit-stops, Adam was scheduled to pilot the No.44 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 for a double-stint during the last third of the night-time encounter.
"He was fit and ready to go but there's nothing like that first stint when you've been out injured.
Both Sushil and Yogeshwar Dutt, medal winners at the London Olympics, did acknowledge after the Games that it was their stint in Belarus which helped them reach their peak form at the right time.
Amro took his final stint in the car at 5pm and took the finish flag at 6:20pm completing the race and bringing the car home 5th in class.
It rolled to a stop with electrical troubles early in Parente's first stint, the Portuguese pilot losing almost a minute as he rebooted the car's system.
Having started out at Skelmersdale United and Kirkby Town, Bennett enjoyed stints at Wigan Athletic, Southend and two stints at Chester, before being released by City and joining Wrexham on a free transfer under manager Brian Flynn.
Tickets for Jackman's ystanbul outing, originally planned as a two-night stint on March 17 and 18, are already on sale on Zorlu Center PSM's website.
Blackstock, an Antigua & Bermuda international, has had previous loan stints at Plymouth Argyle and Derby County and has scored 85 goals in 316 games at club level.
Given the rehab stint happened early in May, Radar Online claimed this trip was a sign that the two are on their way to marriage bliss again and that they are out of the marriage crisis they have been in for a while.
Summary: Lindsay Lohan opens up about her upcoming stint in rehab.
So to a certain extent, actor Ross Kemp is nicely qualified to take on this presenting stint, which sees him explore post-traumatic stress disorder (a condition which affects an estimated one in four service veterans).
Hamilton won after running 30 laps on the hard tyre at the end of the race, while the speed of the medium tyre - which Perez used for his 24-lap final stint - enabled him to be lapping more than two seconds faster than his closest rivals at one point as the grand prix came to its conclusion.
Fabienne's first stint was 3rd in line at 3:30pm, each stint was only 30 min so it was quite hectic but consistent throughout for Fabienne.