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Surely it was more likely that a brainless creature, acting solely by vague predatory instinct, would give up the chase when I disappeared, and, after a pause of astonishment, would wander away in search of some other prey?
Nevertheless, like a brainless and unreasoning Briton, he persisted in maintaining on the premises a large stock of cocks, hens, and other poultry.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 9 (ANI): Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday criticised the Congress party for opposing the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and asked whether the party, which is currently "headless", has become "brainless" as well.
I can detest but understand thieving for financial gain but this is just negative and brainless stuff.
I can't believe that such brainless idiots should be able to walk the streets.
Not brainless enough, though, to ignore the lure of the sheepskin.
Blackburn defender Derrick Williams was sent off late into injurytime for a brainless handball - moments before Wilson's winner.
PLANS for a new Durham County Council HQ in the city centre have been branded "utterly brainless" by campaigners.
Charlotte Crosby has had her say onAdam Collard from Love Island'srather awkward Geordie Shore past, claiming he was turned down by the show he said was "brainless."
ISLAMABAD -- Former Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Yashwant Sinha has said that a muscular policy of Narendra Modi government on Kashmir 'is a brainless one as muscles do not have brain'.
Is our government's unofficial line "We already have too many brainless drivers, so why not driverless cars?" A driving instructor friend is forever pointing out 'qualified' drivers' bad habits to pupils by saying "that's what you don't do."