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A needlessly complicated but otherwise Hollywood-slick indictment of corruption at every level of Korea's infrastructure, "The Unjust" leaves no cog in the machinery unbent. Cops, businessmen, press and public prosecutors alike let the ends justify the means in this elaborate web of broken rules, centering on a high-profile murder case so desperately in need of closing that police brass order an ambitious detective to find someone, guilty or not, to take the rap.
He said that his party has never compromised national and masses interests and it was became possible due to unbent struggle of his party assisted by lawyers and civil society which assured the reinstatement of all deposed judges including CJ Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.
Bulky, formidable and controlled, he suddenly unbent and revealed that every time he closed his eyes he saw the image of bodies falling from the twin towers in a desperate attempt to escape the flames.
unbent)] unselfish [It's exactly like itself An oxymoron in fact.] BOTH truthful and untruthful unannotated [Would be truthful if I hadn't put this damn note here.] unavoidable [Some may avoid this word entirely--but they can't prove it without disproving it.] unbearable [Most people can tolerate this word--unless said of themselves!] unbent [Each letter contains a bend (compare unround) but the word is straight by definition.] unclassified [Not top secret, but classified as an adjective.] uncoined [Not coined just now but was in the past.] underwater [Not unless you're willing to wrinkle your Word Ways!]