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I am pained to say this but in this regard I must gently fault my good friend Nitin Gadkari who has shown poor judgment and been tempted by long friendships and other kinds of help offered by various businessmen to the BJP and uncaringly offered them nominations that have gone/might only go to embarrass his party as a whole.
It was also shocking to my non-nurse sisters who could not believe that health professionals, across a range of disciplines, could behave so uncaringly and disrespectfully.
People with this "quirk" carelessly or uncaringly say whatever comes to mind, without thinking of the social consequences.
That's a reasonable credo, but now and then it collapses like a house of cards in a hailstorm; sometimes it's you, my friend, who props up the league table of humankind, points being deducted with abstract cruelty by an uncaringly careless world.
Pak) as a law that was hurriedly enacted and uncaringly amended.
When the British were colonising New Zealand in the 19th century, they unknowingly (or uncaringly) entered lands traditionally believed by the Maoris to be the homes for spirits.
Clesant, slow to think, instinctively but uncaringly yanks Martin from
But ignorantly, and apparently uncaringly, to sacrifice this jewel of Wales' heritage for the sake of a few extra quid is an act of crass philistinism.
Such, for instance, seems also to be what motivates the depictions of the deaths of Lycaon and Asteropaeus in Book XXI: in the early part of that book, Achilles taunts the dead Lycaon with the prospect of having to lie inert as the fish "lick away the blood from his wounds uncaringly" (haim' apolichmesontai akedees, XXI.123).
Look at today's photographs of brave Bob Ireland and ask yourself if the man who left him so badly hurt should be free to swagger uncaringly through our city.
Jaccard answers these concerns by first recognising the damage caused by humans who ignorantly and uncaringly do great harm to themselves and their environment.
The assumption was that if employers were unknowingly or uncaringly submitting invalid worker Social Security numbers to the Internal Revenue Service and the Social Security Administration, it stood to reason that they also would include these workers in their establishment survey responses or their UI tax reports (which provide the benchmark data for the establishment survey).