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Wiens says the school was "singularly lacking in imagination or even the simple recognition that boys are different, and what is simple for one can be absolutely soul-destroying for another.
Almost from its inception, the mode was ridiculed throughout the non-Soviet world as an egregious form of soul-destroying, Stalin-worshipping kitsch.
Being unemployed for so long and not being able to show people what I can do is soul-destroying.
Vicky, 30, said: "The thought of Charlie being unable to walk, talk or smile again was soul-destroying.
When you say, 'I commute a long way for work', there's a view that it's tedious or it's dull or it's soul-destroying.
There is nothing more soul-destroying than being offered a big juicy role and having to say 'no' because you are doing something rubbish to pay bills" - Actor Rufus Sewell.
I like the feeling afterwards, not so much the adrenalin, but the smugness" Comedienne Sarah Millican "There is nothing more soul-destroying than being offered a big juicy role and having to say no because you are doing something rubbish to pay bills" Actor Rufus Sewell "From the minute I picked it up, Maria Callas did not stop singing.
Jack went missing in action during the Battle of Loos and his mother and father spent many years searching for him, a journey that was to involved many miles of soul-destroying discovery.
GROWN UPS (12A, 102 mins) SHORT on jokes and slathered in sentiment, this is a soul-destroying exercise in mundanity VS.
I just feel sorry for the thousands of people who, through no fault of their own, are stuck in a soul-destroying situation somewhere they really don't want to be.
At times, living without Michael is soul-destroying,'' said partner Yvonne.
My brother and I know what it is like to lose a parent in this way - but for a mother to lose her innocent children like this is absolutely soul-destroying.