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Ironically, Jesus aimed most of his "woe-unto-you" anger at the Pharisees, guys like Jones who thought they were so righteous and, in their pride to prove as much, showed their ignorance and hard-heartedness.
I fear that community members who define themselves as healthy will suffer side effects of smugness, cynicism, and hard-heartedness if they shun people with HCV as scapegoats or define them as "others" How will our societies respond to the suffering, the medical needs, the humanity of people like Proserpine, and all of the tragic heroes and heroines of myth, people who could not foretell the future, who could not predict the consequences of a single decision, who find themselves cast out of the paradise of ordinary life?
Tzipi Livni, who cannot compete with the men for the crown of warlord, tries to outdo them in toughness, in bellicosity, in hard-heartedness.
For example, those fortunate enough may avoid "experience of the iron / Hard-heartedness of the law, the Forum's madness, / Insolence of bureaucratic office.
In his encyclical letter in 1891, Pope Leo XIII pulled no punches: "It has come to pass that working [people] have been surrendered, isolated and helpless, to the hard-heartedness of employers and the greed of unchecked competition.
Foxx, who has a 10-year-old daughter from a previous relationship and says he's seeing ``a lady who stays away from it all; she just digs me for me,'' doesn't appear to possess much in the way of hard-heartedness.
He has captured perfectly her icy stare, hard-heartedness and obstinacy.
Hard-heartedness is something the BHB handicapper Phil Smith could never be accused of, so a hike of at least 12lb looks assured, and Bindaree has to be rated a blot on the Welsh National weights off 136.
He knows the Government can't afford to let her become a symbol of New Labour hard-heartedness and unmet pledges.
They obstructed his bill out of "ideological hard-heartedness," Smith writes.
Foxx, who has a 10-year-old daughter from a previous relationship and says he's seeing ``a lady who stays away from it all, she just digs me for me,'' doesn't appear to possess much in the way of hard-heartedness.