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The crooked atoms of Descartes triumphed; to the man without compassion was united a woman without heart.
This creature is a monster without heart or consideration for anything or anyone.
But the best of it is, the story goes in the neighbourhood that those who attacked us belong to a number of galley slaves who, they say, were set free almost on the very same spot by a man of such valour that, in spite of the commissary and of the guards, he released the whole of them; and beyond all doubt he must have been out of his senses, or he must be as great a scoundrel as they, or some man without heart or conscience to let the wolf loose among the sheep, the fox among the hens, the fly among the honey.
I want wood or oil, or meal or salt; the house smokes, or I have a headache; then the tax, and an affair to be transacted with a man without heart or brains, and the stinging recollection of an injurious or very awkward word,--these eat up the hours.
It is that we become as him, that we henceforward become foul things of the night like him, without heart or conscience, preying on the bodies and the souls of those we love best.
Mr Elliot is a man without heart or conscience; a designing, wary, cold-blooded being, who thinks only of himself; whom for his own interest or ease, would be guilty of any cruelty, or any treachery, that could be perpetrated without risk of his general character.
I never said he was a man without heart, but he is a rascal--that's the pity of it.
He is one of the most dangerous men in England--a ruined gambler, an absolutely desperate villain, a man without heart or conscience.
Take them away, the people without hearts, who do not weep because my mother is dead by witchcraft
These terrible birds are like human beings without hearts or souls.
They are people of sound but straightforward intelligence, people of simplified and limited sensitivity and a cool heart, but not without heart or any sensitivity; capable of deception, but not closed and mysterious, still less underhand; strong, but not rough; quick and decisive, but not hasty or impulsive; realistic, sober but not dry and dull.
The drugs can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke even in patients without heart disease or risk factors for heart disease, but patients with heart disease or risk factors for it have a greater likelihood of heart attack or stroke following NSAID use.