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Until co-operation and human resource supersedes the apparent sovereign rewards of amoral competition, the City's 'heart' will remain in the square mile.
I do believe, however, that these men were both aggressive and amoral, and the combination led to confrontation.
It's a nicely amoral, blackly comic little show that hopefully, given the worsening financial climate, won't be taken as a guide to beating the credit crunch by the science faculties in comprehensive schools the nation over.
The politics of antisocial behaviour; amoral panics.
Sus casas y su apariencia estan lejos de la opulencia amoral que cada mes despliegan la revistas de sociedad.
"Yes, I know the syntax is torturous," he confesses on the track "AKA Paradise." Fortunately, his lyrical brainteasers hurt so good; coupled with its oddball arrangements, the lyrics of LD & the New Criticism's latest, Amoral Certitudes, make this 16-minute EP more rewarding than many full-length albums.
Casually amoral tone is set in the opening moments, with an attention-grabbing scene of middleaged men in compromising positions with teen girls.
Dean writes that Altemeyer is "not given to hyperbole in his scholarly work" yet quotes him as saying that many "High RWAs" would "attack France, Massachusetts or the moon if the president said it was necessary 'for freedom.'" Altemeyer says it's "a scientifically established fact" that political, religious, and economic conservatives are High RWAS, and Dean concludes that our government "is run by an array of authoritarian personalities" who are "dominating, opposed to equality, desirous of personal power, amoral, intimidating ...
Here's the truth, in case you need reminding: in today's amoral climate, children are under total attack from the second they are conceived.
Her Manon is a wide-eyed innocent who turns amoral with the temptation of riches and sexual power.
Japan's Foreign Ministry protested to China on Wednesday over what it says were inappropriate remarks made Tuesday by Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing in describing Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's visits to the war-related Yasukuni Shrine as ''stupid and amoral,'' ministry officials said.