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Blame: Instead of taking responsibility, prideful people fault others whenever things are not working out for them.
As prideful people, lawyers sometimes say to me that "as long as I do great work, I don't have to impress others.
8220;I hope that our effort to register Lao voters at this event will inspire the Lao community to become politically active and be prideful that one of their own members is running for City Council.
He was sent by God the Father to save us above all from the evil deeply rooted in man and in history: the evil of separation from God, the prideful presumption of being self-sufficient, of trying to compete with God and to take his place, to decide what is good and evil, to be the master of life and death.
His fame was accelerated by the appearance of Notturno (1921), a memoir devoted to "the peerless music of godly war" and to anguished, prideful self-assessment that bleeds frequently into self-glorification.
Fatiha was offered for the departed souls of recently martyred FC Jawans in Waziristan and condoled with their gloomy but prideful families.
It's my right to live within myself, prideful I can conjure a
And notice also how the prideful theme of exceptionalism--"nothing like us has ever happened before"--is coupled with a nihilistic dismissal of the past: "there's no pattern in history.
She's someone who's wounded, haughty, prideful, weak, addicted--all in one person.
I particularly enjoy the large cast of "bad" characters: selfish and philandering Willoughby, "coldhearted" and weak-minded John Dashwood, greedy and mean-spirited Fanny Dashwood, prideful Mrs.
Special ceremony was held at Joint Staff Headquarters as the Armed Forces of Pakistan bade farewell to Gen Tariq Majid, the outgoing Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee who retired after 40 prideful years in active service.
The Pakistani nation is prideful just like the Turkish nation.