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One by one they should have to take the stand and come face-to-face with the families they have so selfishly hurt.
hostage are the ones who insist on linking unrelated issues to the budget debate, and selfishly promoting their own agendas and self aggrandizement at the expense of doing the business that the people elected them to do.
In short, they're everywhere - and nowhere does the one-size-fits-all brand seem more selfishly at home with itself than here.
Now, in a series of four studies, they have shown that individuals behave more selfishly when interacting with men with wider faces and this selfish behaviour elicits selfish behaviour in others.
Washington, Sept 17 ( ANI ): Researchers have revealed that individuals behave more selfishly when interacting with men with wider faces and this selfish behaviour elicits selfish behaviour in others.
Norwich, Stoke and Sunderland are mainly to blame after selfishly easing out of trouble with victories on Saturday.
There is no shortage of the first two items on the list and the characters do like a good old-fashioned dose of bebop as they trek selfishly through the America of the late 1940s.
I do agree that some drivers on the roads can act selfishly but is that not everywhere?
Twice, while trying to find a seat on a morning bus, I have encountered ignorant females who selfishly refuse to move their bag from the adjoining seat to let you, a fare-paying passenger, sit down, and feel aggrieved somewhat when you have to stare at them cow-eyed until the hint is finally taken and they allow you to sit down with your pounds 12 bus pass.
Now police are hoping the public's loathing for the effect caused by the thefts will result in information which will bring justice to those who selfishly put their own cause before that of society.
They are hoarding, or sitting on, huge sums of money, selfishly refusing to stimulate the ailing economy by putting their wealth into circulation by creating jobs.
People who selfishly pursue their own desires lose their life in a futile search for happiness.