By doing so, I rendered violence a causeless
phenomenon, like the weather, which Canadian men and women have to endure.
The liberty theorem, then, requires that a law abridging liberty not be arbitrary, or "wanton and causeless
The subversion and misreadings of Elsinore are, in other words, causeless
, a random phenomenon in the dynamics of chaos.
When metropolitan hybridity begins to speak for postcolonial hybridity, inevitably, it depoliticizes the latter and renders its rebellion virtually causeless
Nor does the same factitiousness that afflicts Barry's search for sexual peace fail to enfold Sick Puppy of "Girl" up to his proverbials, since the brute and stubbom mindlessness by which his existence, a triumph of luck and Reaganomics, has so far been maintained is nothing but a vacuum left by the facts of a sustainable life in departing a causeless
It is mystical in tone, accepts the possibility of communication with another world, characterizes God as a causeless
One Cause, and promulgates the doctrines of reincarnation.
They were painted and presented to the world as men loving violence, riot, and bloodshed for their own sake; as men full of an unextinguishable and causeless
hatred against the existing order.
The reasons were excessive and causeless
changes to the contract agreements to the disadvantage of Takata.
5 percent to 5 percent per liter but the public have rejected it completely, saying this is a causeless
and unjust demand of the petrol suppliers.
But when I slept, or when the virtue of the medicine wore off, I would leap almost without transition (for the pangs of transformation grew daily less marked) into the possession of a fancy brimming with images of terror, a soul boiling with causeless
hatreds, and a body that seemed not strong enough to contain the raging energies of life.
In these characters melancholia is manifested as rancor or causeless
anger, as when Hamlet admonishes his mother "do not throw the compost on the weeds to make them rancor.
Norton and Sackville's Gorboduc (1561), the first English blank verse tragedy, maps a revenge motif onto a family struggle of royal inheritance: Ferrex, the slighted brother, claims that 'Such causeless
wrong and so unjust despite / May have redress or, at the least, revenge' (1.