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The ordinary person might think that library cataloging could hardly be political, but Sanford Berman's columns in the The Unabashed Librarian (or U*L as it is often known) certainly were.
Like almost all contemporary liberals, Ignatieff is an unabashed exponent of a woman's so-called right to choose to have her baby killed by abortion.
Martin's Press, 1990), Steele has declared an unabashed allegiance to the conservative ranks, and this latest book further confirms that association.
This film expresses that sexual allure in an unabashed and provocative way, in a way that is gritty and dangerous and quite presumptive.
Her gentle approach, coupled with the unabashed joy that infuses her performances, garnered attention from critics and crowds.
The power of the college system, and its focus on preparing Ontarians for work life achievement was evident with the winner's careers and their unabashed willingness to credit College education in Ontario as a key source of their inspiration.
In spite of the verbal knock-about going on around her, Britain's most famous international female film export just kept batting her giant false eyelashes and reading the autocue, with an unabashed aplomb.
However, the current Soviet "president," Vladimir Putin, is an unabashed admirer of Dzerzhinsky.
It's unabashed about its "clear bias towards democracy, human rights and civic freedoms.
The result is an unabashed love song, in illustrated form, to the radical movement that championed workers' rights at the beginning of the 20th century.
Charlotte is pushing forward the action of living life by helping others, and it is Templeton's unabashed greed and selfishness that she must overcome.