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It's hard to believe that any creature as vulgarly uncaring of life as kitty can possess the merest iota of remarkableness.
In this connection, Warren is vulgarly dismissive in his critique of the role of the Canada Council in subsidizing Canadian intellectual production.
Reports suggest that some women in the video were found vulgarly leaning against the officer's crotch areas, while the cops waved their arms in the air to loud cheers from a wild crowd, the New York Post reports.
I believe that God exists and that he created the Cosmos (the Big Bang, as you vulgarly call it.
How rudely, vulgarly, insultingly, and boldly healthy I felt walking past them, every step somehow unforgivably and necessarily a swagger though I had not changed my gait.
He rejects the arrow and the spiral models of history, but his critiques of Marxist and other vulgarly deterministic historiographies do not imply a dismissal of progress or teleology per se.
There are elements in the middle of the internal arena who might be seduced by the now open arena to seize the opportunity and try either cleverly or vulgarly to achieve personal and individual whims or other things," said Heikal, a retired veteran journalist who had served as a political adviser to the late Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser.
From their early experiments they learned that this meant more than simply stringing folk tunes together - there is more than a grain of truth in the oft-quoted remark of composer, conductor, and raconteur Constant Lambert: 'To put it vulgarly, the whole trouble with a folk-song is that once you have played it through there is nothing much you can do except play it over again and play it rather louder.
Stevie is a mature Alice who does not find Wonderland, but instead enters through a broken, shattered glass, where illusions are destructive, spouses cross lines vulgarly, and the hypocrisy of love is, at last, unmasked.
If every thought can be classified according to the way in which it articulates the question of the limits of language, the concept of infancy is then an attempt to think through these limits in a direction other than that of the vulgarly ineffable.
He managed to score 27 goals with a plus-28 in his first season with Boston after signing that vulgarly inflated, three-year, $12 million free-agent contract.
He's a tired academic who sucks the blood from all the interesting phenomena he vulgarly infects with his attention.
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