Acclaimed documentarian Werner Herzog takes an unsparing look at the death penalty in his new film, 'Into the Abyss.'
Considered as historical snapshots of our recently departed Gilded Age, Spoiled is incisive and unsparing.
The report of his anguish at that absence is unsparing, and brutally convincing.
He is unsparing about the disaster wrought by George W. Bush and the Republican majority.
A year ago, 31 congressional Republicans sent a letter to President Obama demanding a tough, unsparing investigation.
Fuchs, in the preface of his Historia stirpium , referred with unsparing touch to Egenolphs botanical mistakes.
Slaves, as well as slaveholders, use it with an unsparing hand.
Edward urged his infuriated soldiery to unsparing vengeance, and the Lancastrians turned again and again upon their pursuers.
The work of a monk, it is unsparing in its attacks on the monastic orders.
He is unsparing in his criticism of those who would have the people go on in ignorance to their injury or ruin.