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exhausted

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These similarities enabled Apollodorus to project on Phano stereotypes concerning the jadedness and moral baseness of courtesans on the basis of which he underscores the threats posed to the city by Stephanus' cohabitation with Neaira.
43] In Leash the jadedness of the narrator arises not only from her disaffection with love and desire, or with the forms the lesbian subculture has taken, but also from her disenchantment with the whole of early 21st century boom-time consumer culture.
These folks wear their jadedness like a red badge of courage.
The mag teeters between unbridled enthusiasm and bitter jadedness, and that is a good place to be.
Perhaps it's a measure of our increased tolerance as a society, perhaps it's mere jadedness, but somehow the Lincoln-is-gay mediathon (Frank Rich's word) didn't get people shouting nearly as loudly as, say, the revelation that a popular baseball player was on steroids.
This is a revelation worth documenting and preserving against the glib erasures of our ever-increasing jadedness.
That very experience, however, might create a jadedness that undermines the accuracy of state court decisions on federal constitutional questions.
Elsewhere, in the sclerotic shocks of Blier's Les Cotelettes (2003) and Brisseau's Choses secretes (2002), the erotic fatigue of Bonello's The Pornographer and the charming jadedness of Nolot's old-fashioned La Chatte a deux tetes (aka Porn Theater, 2002), it appears to be the last gasp of Gallic libertinism.
As an antidote to the jadedness of age, may youth always inspire and challenge us
Instead, the final say went to Chelsea and a goal that said everything about the consummate skill of Gianfranco Zola but also the jadedness of the Everton defence.
There was a sense of excitement based on something of a weariness and jadedness with primary school life.
No jadedness, as would be the case with many touristy vendors back home.
There are also times in our lives when dissatisfaction, a feeling of being caught in a rut, jadedness and inertia hang over our existence like a dark cloud.
This was the penultimate concert of the CBSO's gruelling, near fortnightlong German tour, during which glowing accolades had been garnered in every city, but there was no sense of jadedness, no sense of "here we are again, we'll be home soon".
I wanted to say something about the jadedness of kids who think that it's all been done and they've seen everything by the time they're 18.