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lacking in nobility of
, as persons; without spirit or courage.
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Nor is the
body dressed in elaborate trappings of farewell grandeur.
Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of
The idea is to transform this
thoroughfare into a vital city street.
As far as the rest of the acting in this film, it is
and as forgettable as the dialogue is bad.
Others laud it as a defense of life against
As online hip hop becomes more popular, the success will attract the
The sarcasm was always presented as a defense of humanistic values against the encroachment of
Office parks are widely viewed as
, the last place to spend a holiday or weekend.
In my opinion there neither is, nor could there be, such a thing as
, overproduced show may send the needle of your machismo-meter off the charts.
British Dictionary definitions for
lacking any humanizing qualities or influences; dead; mechanical
(of a person) lacking in sensitivity or nobility
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