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As the wealthiest man in Ireland, was he so unhappy with his lot that he was insatiably driven to earn more?
Three generations of Arabs have been numbed, insulted and dehumanized by this legacy of homegrown political brutality; the fourth generation has made it known that it will not quietly endure such mistreatment, and has risen up in mass revolt to end the rule of incompetent soldiers, their criminal associates, and their insatiably greedy families.
To write well you have to be insatiably jealous of your time and ignore all of your detractors.
Such a mind abhors mental and/or spiritual stasis and always remains insatiably open to new knowledge; to confine Wheatley to the enslavement of dogma, any dogma, would amount to asking her to live a death of mind and spirit.
Ushie's effort is an eloquent testament to the specter of death that persistently haunts a continent under siege and the savage sway of murderers and vampires who lust insatiably for blood.
Rather, one particular sexuality became linked to ignorance (secrecy) as opposed to knowledge, namely same-sex sexuality, which becomes naturalized as "the perfect object for the by now insatiably exacerbated epistemological/sexual anxiety of the tum-of-the-century subject" (Sedgwick 1991,
Realising from gruesome evidence that everyone who disembarked at Reedy Marsh relinquished their usual blood group classification, temporarily becoming Type O (universal donors) for innumerable ground leeches, insatiably lusting for ankles.
2005) (referring to the leadership styles of Presidents Clinton and Kennedy, stating: "Whatever his personal flaws, I found that Bill Clinton often made excellent decisions in the Oval Office because he was insatiably curious about the views of everyone around him.
As an insatiably bookish teenager, Mansfield felt ashamed of "young New Zealand", railing against her people's mental torpor and exclaiming that they needed to be intoxicated by a "mad wave' of 'super-aeslheticism'.
I'm insatiably curious about the multitude of challenges that people face and the infinite ways they respond to them.
Given that four of the 14 Computers And Blues tracks started life as demos given away on Twitter, it makes sense that this album should also crystallise Skinner's insatiably curious take on the technological innovations which have changed our lives in the nine years since the first Streets release.
Given that four of Computers and Blues' 14 tracks started life as demos given away on Twitter, it makes sense that this album should also crystallise Skinner's insatiably curious take on the technological innovations which have changed our lives in the nine years since the first Streets release.