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He lay on the bed in a state of coma, too feelingless to sit up or think.
but who, try as he will, even in the throes of love, can't 'feel anything' (reminiscent of the feelingless Mr Marsh from Pinkerton's story).
Chief Executive Officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation, Dali Mpofu (2007), made similar arguments to the South African National Editor's Forum (SANEF), accusing SANEF members of justifying a violation of the Health Minister's right to privacy--a basic tenet of African culture--using the 'foreign, frigid and feelingless freedom [of expression]' as justification for the pursuance of profit.