bereft of reason

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Now the people being mad with hunger, and altogether bereft of reason and the knowledge of truth, cried out--'/The king
RonanCharnock wrote "Absolutely disgraceful comparison that's bereft of reason or morality.
Pyongyang officially dismissed President Trump's threat and General Kim Rak Gyom said: "Dialogue is not possible with such a guy bereft of reason.
Sound dialogue is not possible with a guy bereft of reason.
The statement quoted a North Korean general, Kim Rak Gyom, as saying of Trump, "Sound dialogue is not possible with such a guy bereft of reason and only absolute force can work on him.
The Los Angeles News says she "exhibited genuine talent in all parts of the play, successively as a shepherdess, dancing girl, accomplished young lady of the world, and a maniac bereft of reason.
This destructive power and its violent nature can now be observed in (just as it was in Europe during the Dark Ages through the behaviour of a Christian ideology) the deeds of ISIL, that appear bereft of reason and devoid of compassion.
Are we so bereft of reason and compassion that we can never crawl out of the sewers of barbarism?
Calling the parliamentarians a group of ''phony politicians bereft of reason,'' the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said the lecture given them by An Myong Jin on Aug.
Bereft of Reason thus combines intellectual history, analysis and interpretation, polemic, and personal credo to mount a formidable assault on contemporary thought and theory.
North Korea said yesterday that "dialogue is not possible with such a guy bereft of reason who is going senile".
shows even the slightest sign of a preemptive attack on the DPRK, bereft of reason, the powerful nuclear strike means of the DPRK will blow up the bases of aggression and provocation with its-style offensive and preemptive nuclear attack.