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in an insensitive manner

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The album's worst travesty, though, is "Blood on the Leaves" for insensitively sampling Nina Simone singing "Strange Fruit," a very important song in American history (although the Billie Holiday version is much better) about black men being lynched in the (not so) Deep South.
Some of the greenfield sites are far worse for greenery and wildlife than brownfield because they are insensitively managed.
It is necessary to keep reminding people of the rules but that does not mean handling a situation as insensitively as Busskamp had done, he said.
Let Khartoum and Juba stop the current war of offense and defense they are insensitively engaged in.
Sonia Waite The school at which I was a former pupil handled this, in my opinion, very insensitively with a lot of Harry's friends but above all his siblings there.
Welsh warriors bring the country together in emotional rollercoaster "HOW Can You Mend a Broken Heart" insensitively blares out of a Cardiff city centre restaurant minutes after the final whistle blows and Wales exit the World Cup after a campaign that has both surprised, delighted and made the nation proud.
All those who have failed to fulfil their duty to protect the people's lives in Balochistan have forfeited their right to hold their positions and all of them should be made to pay for their incompetence and insensitively to the killing of innocent citizens and the sufferings of their families.
All those who have failed to fulfil their duty to protect the peoples lives in Balochistan have forfeited their right to hold their positions and all of them should be made to pay for their incompetence and insensitively to the killing of innocent citizens and the sufferings of their families.
After I posted my first tweet, Perez Hilton posted an item headlined, "Roger Ebert Responds Insensitively To Ryan Dunn's Death.
The firm was last year accused of acting insensitively after it asked staff on Tyneside to train their replacements.
It had been insensitively remodeled but the brilliance of the concept was still plainly visible: an arc of rooms that embraced a giant pine, and a tilted roof that shaded a curved wall of glass.
Off the podium or out of ink, Trotsky was generally working alone and often insensitively, not least in family settings.
In an abortive attempt to deflect the flurry of stinging criticism directed at CAF, Suleiman Habuba, the governing body's communications director, insinuated, insensitively, that the Togolese were to blame for their misfortune, because they flouted alleged instructions that all teams were to travel by air only.
However, this is an important issue--one that is often insensitively handled .
He also made two groups of works that prophesy imaginary futures for the museum: etchings of its famous period rooms as if they were ruins conceived by Piranesi, the great 18th-century Roman connoisseur of decline and decay, and computer-assisted drawings of the Fifth Avenue facade after it has been converted to a strip mall of small boutiques, transformed into an enormous condominium, or insensitively repaired with discordant architectural elements.