In his view, poetry becomes theoretical when it investigates the conditions (historical, political, cultural) underlying a present unconscionably
out of kilter.
Mrs Nugent has now made it clear that she does not intend to leave the farm to David on her death," said the judge, who added: "David says that Mrs Nugent is acting unconscionably
and that the court has power to intervene on his behalf - even in Mrs Nugent's lifetime".
After several decades of mistrust and miscommunication, building confidence on both sides will be an enormous challenge, but the cost of abandoning negotiations is unconscionably
The social and economic costs of malnutrition are unconscionably
high," he said.
But surely the marketplace isn't really the way to manage our personal relationships, needs, and problems by assigning these as "tasks" to be done by strangers paid unconscionably
Given its seemingly obvious title, it took me an unconscionably
long time to associate Helen Marten's Peanuts, 2012, with Charlie Brown and pals, never mind to hit online on Linus's disquisition regarding the uniformly compelling nature of all things and the translatability of overrefined carbs into vim and vigor.
high rates of incarceration (Glenn Loury, "Prison's Dilemma," page 46), could be substantially reduced with parole system reforms that would also lower the overall crime rate (Mark Kleiman, "A New Role for Parole," page 48).
The prevalence of anaemia is unconscionably
high and even rising in several states of India, including Karnataka in south India.
refuses to halt its arms sales to the Assad government.
The Artist" is a nostalgia-drenched paean to the silent movie era and all of its conventions -- the unconscionably
sentimental stories, the unrelenting bombast of the score (here composed by Ludovic Bource) and, of course, the actor's scenery-chewing pantomime mugging at the camera.
It is oppressive because each of the accused has already been the subject of a very lengthy first criminal trial involving at times unconscionably
harsh conditions of incarceration and transport.
Now, it's just another drag on recovery; that seems unconscionably