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So yes, it's galling to have super-rich celebs treating the rest of us like selfish, unseeing fools for not doing more.
There I saw such luminaries such as Chris Roberts (who unseeing walked right past me) chatted with Maurice Oldroyd (BARLA founder) always a pleasure and also with one of the Directors Keith Hellawell.
49) HHH HH THE Unseeing is based on the socalled Edgeware Road murder of 1837, when laundress Hannah Brown was killed, her body dismembered and her head, torso and limbs scattered all over London.
49) HHH HH THE Unseeing is based on the called Edgeware Road murder 1837, when laundress Hannah was killed, her body dismembered and her head, torso and limbs scattered over London.
A chiton lens is made of basically the same material as the unseeing armor around it.
Indeed, Zvyagintsev's fourth feature continues his exploration of religion, tragic human drama and moral decay--only, here, there is a stronger emphasis on corruption and the sense of hopelessness wrought by an unseen and unseeing brutality, depicted visually amid desaturated but epic desolation.
The Museo's first gallery features Sanso's early works, notably the prize-winning Incubus, a painted beggar who directs unseeing eyes and extends quivering hand to the viewer.
Wearing a hood with cuckold's horns, he embraces her in a particularly inappropriate way under the eye of her unseeing husband.
The scene from Wharton's 1927 novel describes an uncomfortable exchange between Pauline and her second husband, Dexter: "He stood up, and sent a slow unseeing gaze about the room.
As habitual, unseeing has both reflexive and intentional dimensions.
The protagonists of 1914 were sleepwalkers, watchful but unseeing .
In that plenitude of solitude that the learned mind can bring, where one reflects on things that people living unexamined lives pass by with unseeing eyes: I reflect on the city.