prodigally


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to a wasteful manner or to a wasteful degree

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But mostly what you get from Kingwell is a rigorous philosophical inquiry into the formidably complex artist that Gould was, an artist who spoke to us in those carefully crafted sentences as prodigally as he crafted his studio recordings.
In this context, having actual private investors, such as airBaltic, might be a good thing, as they might be more reserved, acting less prodigally.
Governments want us to act prodigally, while natural instincts and inclinations are telling us to act conservatively.
And to all who ever hurt us, we grant wide clemency and prodigally offer forgiveness.
That made the two goals so prodigally handed to Why mark and Gates a margin which only an exceptional team could pull back away from home.
The period] was prodigally productive of attempts to name, explain, and define this new kind of creature, the homosexual person--a project so urgent that it spawned in its rage of distinction an even newer category, that of the heterosexual person (82-3, emphasis in original).
Thus do members of an intelligent species that has learned to import energy from the past and thereby proliferate far beyond the carrying capacity of its habitat try to reassure each other that 3,600 million human beings who already exist (and more to come) can realistically aspire to live as prodigally as the most prodigal 200 million have recently been doing, on an earth that is finite and whose resources and present features were provided by processes of nature now being undone by man thousands of times faster than they originally occurred.
The sales particulars make a good read: 'He had undutifully and disobediently demeaned himself to his father and extravagantly, prodigally and profusely spend and wasted much of his estate.
My thesis is that the world needs us instead to waste our time royally in worship and, consequently, to be Church, a people different from the world and thereby prodigally offering the gifts of the extravagant splendor of God.
September, 1815 While not a leaf seems faded; while the fields, With ripening harvest prodigally fair, In brightest sunshine bask; this nipping air, Sent from some distant clime where Winter wields His icy scimitar, a foretaste yields Of bitter change, and bids the flowers beware; And whispers to the silent birds, 'Prepare Against the threatening foe your trustiest shields.
But for most, semen is that male milk, to be given unstintingly, like champagne poured out prodigally, like the seed the meadows scatter to the winds.
95) The prodigally gifted painter, who never declared his sexuality but who is thought to have had at least one same-sex love, is celebrated for his tactile appreciation for all things beautiful--in other words, his gay sensibility (December)