unpitying


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In this moment, I beheld God as a survivor, unpitying and forthright.
When scarcely out of his teens he turned no less a martinet than Diaghilev from indulgent friend to unpitying foe.
The outcome of Tehran's messing with Iraq now brings GCC states with a new danger - the rise of new and unpitying form of terrorism.
Like poet James Wright, Rosenthal "goes/ Back to the broken ground" of the self and finds a stranger there trapped in the cosmology of an endless, unpitying desert.
Its modern conquerors are as unpitying as its ancient ones.
The gun has become a potent symbol of the unpitying violence that exists in some parts of our city.