callousness


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BF: Do you associate Carl's callousness with his promiscuity?
God takes no pleasure in unnecessary pain; there is nothing to be learned from it but callousness to pain, whether to ourselves or others.
Nevertheless, he does accumulate a remarkable catalog of Barry's callousness toward the public he was elected to serve.
RAWALPINDI/ISLAMABAD -- Illicit refilling of Gas cylinders business rules the twin-cites posing risks to the residents amid the callousness and slumbers of the city authority.
And researchers found that thieves are cashing in on the callousness of a minority of customers by stealing goods to order and selling them on the black market.
We like to think that such callousness would not be shown towards any heartbroken parent.
Due to the negligence and callousness of the Chishtian Abad administration, bootlegging of the most dangerous and notorious drugs has become rampant in public areas in Chishtian Abad The residents said that the peddlers are indulging the youngsters in menace of drugs.
Many well-known personalities are invited and as the evening progresses the mask of sophistication slips, revealing people's true colours and exposing their callousness towards those people who still comprise 80% of India's population.
Like most people I am angered and appalled at the callousness and barbarity of a so-called sport in a supposedly enlightened 21st century nation.
And that same kind of callousness greeted the assassination of Dr.
But what at first I chalked up to an attitude of callousness on Jack's part, I later came to see as a product of my own sentimentality.
Consistently displaying blatant callousness and irrationality (if they refuse to house them and refuse to let them live on the streets, where, exactly, do they propose these people go?
Its picture of life in the Mafia captures the brutality and callousness of the professional killer.
The New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS) of Boston, Massachusetts, quickly responded to this shocking display of callousness and insensitivity by offering the students educationally sound, humane alternatives to dissecting cat cadavers.