unmerciful


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He is despotic, and unmerciful to insubordination; he would shoot a fellow down with as little remorse as he would shoot a buck, if he opposed him.
Sir Ernest Heavywether made short work of her, and under his unmerciful bullying she contradicted herself hopelessly, and Sir Ernest sat down again with a satisfied smile on his face.
This week the Blackhawks were simply unmerciful in their quest to make their title unblemished, and their 69-40 win over Bartlett Wednesday certainly did the trick, giving West Aurora a 9-0 Valley record.
It is something shameful to hear that Pakistan is one of the most unmerciful with prisons.
The next thing it was just like a pack of lions surrounding us, like when they pounce on a zebra - it was unmerciful.
The handicapper has been equally unmerciful but the gelding is still relatively unexposed over hurdles and can land this weaker contest.
TONIGHT'S potential title decider between Cork City and Derry City goes ahead despite Turner's Cross taking an unmerciful battering from Storm Ophelia.
There, on daring to complain of such treatment, they were again knocked down and beaten in a most unmerciful manner.
I pour a pinch of serious poison for you James Earl Ray Dylann Roof I pour a punch of piss for you George Zimmerman John Wilkes Booth Robert Chambliss Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr Bobby Frank Cherry Herman Frank Cash Jim Crow your name Is a gate opening upon another gate I pour a punch Of perils I pour a bunch of punches all over you I pour unmerciful panic into your river I damn you With the opposite of prayer Byron De La Beckwith Roy Bryant J.
In the parable of the unmerciful servant (Matthew 18:21-35), the master shows mercy by forgiving debt.
Dendrologiacide I WATCHED a man today chopping down what he probably regarded as just a piece of wood, If I explained to him it was a living entity, vital for life on earth, would he have understood, Up and down and across the land, man is wielding his unmerciful hand, Trees that have stood proud and tall for many years, summarily cut down without any tears.
The word he used was impitoyable, which can mean ruthless, merciless, relentless, unmerciful, unfeeling, etc.