meanness


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The press noted that targeting the displaced families from Fallujah by the terrorist gangs of Daash "reveals the cowardice and meanness of these groups that have lost everything and have nothing left only a short time to end in Fallujah.
The reason why Pacquiao appeared so intense and fiery during the mitts session is he wants to regain the meanness in him.
So from where we sit, the 10-day deadline seems less like sheer meanness than managerial overconfidence.
They have shown such meanness over the funding of the elderly in care homes and have even used supermarket style bully-boy tactics to force care providers into accepting their lower-fee levels.
I am aware that there is an issue with meanness and the Scots.
It is another example of the meanness and the nastiness that are becoming more and more evident in our society.
ISESCO stated that this terrorist act perpetrated during the first day of Eid al-Fitr is a clear proof of the meanness of its perpetrators and their violation of Islamic teachings which forbid the spread of corruption on earth and the killing and intimidation of innocent people.
Don't they know their friends are few Because their meanness grew and grew, So loosen up that fist so tight And let contentment be in sight.
Does their meanness and spite stem from their envy of knowing that in the supporter's eyes they can never measure up to those they are slighting?
The father's only explanation is people's meanness as a neighbor caused the closure of Dimitar's blacksmith shop in complaining about the noise.
Those who complain of "attacks on Christianity" would do well to examine what that term has come to embrace: radical departures from the humanitarian teachings of Jesus, efforts to impose narrow religious dogma on those who are not of the same persuasion, a blatant attempt to convert our democracy to a theocracy, and a meanness of spirit that defies cause and effect relationships.
The headmistress of St Mary's Calne in Wiltshire also criticised a lack of positive role models for young women, saying high-profile female friendships seem to be based on "bitchiness, meanness, cruelty and criticising what someone's wearing and how they look".
Every time atheist Richard Dawkins clears his throat I get a little bit more religious" Entertainer Alexander Armstrong "We live in a culture of meanness.
NICKI Minaj believes people mistake her shyness for meanness.
It emerges in his meanness toward those whose writings or actions he condemns.