inconsequentiality


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Related to inconsequentiality: inconvenient, scrutinised, overhyped, broke down
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The vivid description of how the soldiers destroy the Bizimana family and the corpses littering the streets and roads as Marina struggles to avoid being captured and killed by the soldiers, eloquently enunciate the inconsequentiality of human evil and sadism and the extent of damage done to the Rwandan nation.
Or one could argue that the inconsequentiality of internal limits is the result of regrettable decision making by officials--judicial and otherwise--who have failed to apply Article I properly, rather than an inherent feature of the constitutional design.
Yet, in Iqbal's words, 'Khoon-e-Muslim ki arzani nahin dekhi jaati' (The cheapness and inconsequentiality of Muslim blood is intolerable).
Two elements explain why forgiveness has become so cheap a notion: its triteness and its inconsequentiality.
It is wisdom to let yourself be carried away to dirge your own inconsequentiality to know that your agonizing love is the only thing that makes you existent but to want to know:
Donne's interest in devoting a large portion of his poem to a ceremonious illustration of the soul's gains is a result of his traditional religious belief in the superiority of the soul to the body, and the inconsequentiality of the body, even though his perspective of this issue, according to Blain Greteman, "never became a fixed and consistent position".
John Homans finds "an airy lightness and inconsequentiality about Aloft (think: Zoloft) that's both charming and cloying" (Homans.
But is this sense of physical inconsequentiality justified on a comparative basis?
There might be no way to avoid specialization--and the threat of inconsequentiality as a result.
Awarded the prestigious Prix Goncourt for fiction in 1999, Jean Echenoz's vagabond novel I'm Gone now enjoys a weighty critical acclaim that sets it at odds with its title and emphasis on levity, transience, and inconsequentiality.
The almost purposeful inconsequentiality of reprinting Furrer's recipe for pumpkin soup (likely delicious, but this reviewer did not attempt to make it, p.
How can individuals avoid the sense of inconsequentiality in their actions?
Most participants' descriptions involved the significance of giving to others and an inconsequentiality of receiving personal or monetary benefits.
And the silence following the outrage, the massacre's strange inconsequentiality, must have resonated deeply if not consciously with its Elizabethan audience.