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This man callously deprived Hannah of her primary human right - the right to life.
Politicians callously use religion to pursue their purely secular agendas--as church-state journalist Frederick Clarkson explains in this issue's "Church and State" column.
Written in Jones' own words, without the use of a co-author, Spy Bate questions why the goals he sacrificed years of his freedom for became so callously tossed aside, even as he was ignored and left to rot in a terrible jail cell.
This predisposition will be magnified if the plaintiff's attorney can present any evidence that the insurance company handled the plaintiff's claim callously, unfairly, without compassion, with needless delays, or in a way that appears greedy.
As Henry learns first-hand about the environment, its beauty and its dangers, he encounters people who do not respect the lives of the animals and callously kill them to sell their skins.
Over the past year, terrorists have struck brutally and callously across the globe.
But such providers, except the occasional defector from their ranks, still callously carry out the wanton destruction of innocent, defenseless human life.
Perenially lying, conning, manipulating, and changing like a chameleon under varying circumstances, they live callously shallow, glib lives and show little stress and no remorse.
Mary's residential school, enriched flour was introduced and then withdrawn and your reporter leaves the impression that the children were callously treated.
Another is that gun owners callously ignore such deaths of the innocent.
The GOP Senate leadership's antipathy toward gay and lesbian Americans apparently runs so deep that they were able to callously turn their backs on hate-crime victims and their families, even as statistics show that hate crimes are on the rise," said Elizabeth Birch, executive director of the Human Rights Campaign, a gay lobby.
Barrett's narrative implicitly emphasizes two distinct but not inconsistent themes: (1) many if not most large law firms often behave thoughtlessly and callously toward young lawyers, and (2) the ways in which Mungin was sometimes ignored and at other times demeaned at Katten Muchin can but need not necessarily be viewed or explained through a racial prism.