We are left today with completely irredeemable
paper money whose value is set by political forces that work diligently to keep the people in the dark about these basic concepts.
Confronted with white intrusion and domination, the Indians community also suffered from the racism of whites, who looked at Indians as passive and irredeemable
In 1855, the Chicago Tribune thundered, "Who does not know that the most depraved, debased, worthless and irredeemable
drunkards and sots which curse the community are Irish Catholics?
Based on his four decades of clinical experience, humanistic psychoanalyst Carl Goldberg uses case studies of apparently irredeemable
and dangerous people from all walks of life to dramatically demonstrate that even those who have led destructive lives can escape evil and be restored to more hopeful, compassionate, and responsible lives.
Both nations were accused of sexual depravity (in particular, sodomy), cultural poverty, violence, idleness (evidenced, most shockingly for the English, in the inefficient use of arable land), and irredeemable
The time when all of the tough guys, hoodlums and other notably irreverent, irredeemable
and often irrelevant groups of people descend upon the streets of New York to inflict their version of pain, suffering and ill-fortune upon the natives.
The most irredeemable
pair of protagonists popped up in Randy Barbato's and Fenton Bailey's Party Monster.
Like their society as a whole, Iraqi women are wrestling with a complex and subtle calculus of gains that are yet to be realized, coupled with potentially irredeemable
losses, as a result of Hussein's fall.
She is neither the perfect nor the irredeemable
teen, but someone readers can empathize with.
He identifies "misrepresentations" of the new churches, which he sees as "examples of the irredeemable
perversion of Christianity" (p.
The scandal revolved around a Ponzi scheme involving irredeemable
bonds issued by Princeton Economics International Ltd.
Although there is an irredeemable
break between old and new regimes, (the) Revolution disturbingly represents both hiatus and repetition, reaching back into the eighteenth century and characterizing at least the first half of the nineteenth, hence the ambivalence of Balzac's responses: although rejecting 'l'ideologie egalitaire de la legislation revolutionnaire' (p.