deadly sin

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Lord Illingworth told me this morning that there was an orchid there m beautiful as the seven deadly sins.
Deadly Sin #2: Lack of an Effective Evaluation Plan
The 8th Deadly Sin will be revealed at the Olympia when his new show kicks off As a dedicated student of human behaviour, Keith, left, promises to bring his audience on a roller coaster ride of laughter, suspense and amazement unlike anything they've ever experienced before.
APATHY should take its place behind envy, gluttony and greed as the eighth deadly sin of our age, according to a survey out today.
Cranston's far more modest art might consider the above a deadly sin.
King argues that "Lewis consciously or unconsciously emphasized one particular deadly sin in each of the seven Chronicles of Narnia" (26); "Lewis [.
Deadly Sin #6: Forgetting that Vendors are People too.
Similarly, to avoid the deadly sin of trespassing, organisations need to understand what laws or regulations apply when using the cloud services, to avoid breaching them.
Sins' and Virtues of Outsourcing Deadly Sin Outsourcing Holy Virtue Outsourcing Equivalent Equivalent Superbia (pride) Self-righteousness Humility Openness Avaritia (greed) Asymmetry Liberality Reciprocation Luxuria (lust) Lavishness Chastity Conservation Invidia (envy) Imitation Kindness Innovation Gula (gluttony) Gamesmanship Temperance Restraint Ira (wrath) Impatience Patience Resolution Acedia (sloth) Apathy Diligence Consistency
The first in a series of seven books, each based on a deadly sin, Lust fulfills its promise as all of the characters are involved with thinking about sex, talking about it, or concocting elaborate schemes to get it.
With seven to choose from, it is somewhat surprising that one sin easily led the pack when readers were asked which Deadly Sin they struggled with the most.
The bloke physicalises his anger and jealousy (a recognisable deadly sin at last) and the girl flaunts herself on the trapeze while the guy tries to grab her (lechery?
Perhaps these original meanings of that word cast some light on why anger is thought to be in fact a deadly sin both for what it does to the angry person and also to the object of that anger.