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And she had destroyed herself, crushed by an insult that had appalled and amazed that childish soul, had smirched that angel purity with unmerited disgrace and torn from her a last scream of despair, unheeded and brutally disregarded, on a dark night in the cold and wet while the wind howled.
To label ISIS/ISIL as jihadists or even terrorists is to award them unmerited status.
I doubt that any sports star has ever been subjected to the level of unmerited and undeserved personal abuse than that endured by Sam Burgess in recent weeks.
The unmerited assault on the Pledge of Allegiance and the rights of New Jersey school children to honor God and country is unfortunate and we are thankful that the law has once again been upheld.
There also was unmerited triumphalism about November's job growth of 353,000.
He said: "I am quite overwhelmed, really, it's very generous and very unmerited.
They then held on to their luck like a rodeo rider to a bronco but this was not an unmerited victory.
I mean there have been so many unmerited appointments made in each and every department by the PPP government; one by the PML-N government wouldn't have made any difference.
Ahmed Hayel rose unmarked to double Jordan's lead in the second half, but there was more drama later when Chinese referee Tan Hai gave the scorer an unmerited red card for a tackle from behind.
High Pay Centre director Deborah Hargreaves said: "High executive pay is not only frequently unmerited, but has a huge hidden impact on the rest of the organisation and society as a whole.
Charging user fees for employment tribunals will reduce the number of unmerited claims.
We will not hesitate to defend ourselves against claims that we consider are unmerited nor pursue companies that infringe upon our intellectual property.