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in a dissolute way


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Robertson constructs a coat of many colors, an endlessly unfolding, profligately rich superficiality.
That's not even a word I would have used until I began watching HGTV where it is tossed around profligately before the renovation begins.
The exhibition ignores Rothko's juvenilia --mostly Cezanne-lite oils that borrow profligately from his tutor Max Weber--and begins with his Untitled (Seated Woman) of 1930--one of his first experiments with coloured paper.
Later, it took a further eleven years for that same class of 'inbreeds' to destroy the south's economy -- 2002 to 2013 -- when our banks fomented loans sans collateral, laundered money and legalised the theft/junking of depositors deposits, shareholders shares and bondholders bonds while government profligately spent, spent and spent.
Suppose you have a child who is profligately spending your money on things that you disapprove of and that are very harmful--by charging them to your credit card.
Put simply, economic development aid and international investment for a regime that has spent profligately on military purchases that have proved essential to genocidal warfare is morally intolerable.
9 is similar to Nastagio's in that he spends his immense wealth profligately to court monna Giovanna, to the point of becoming destitute.
In effect, the Fed has two public-relations tasks: one is to persuade households and businesses to borrow and spend profligately as a means of growing the economy, while at the same time the central bank must mask the project of preserving the "too big to fail" banks behind a facade of public policy that is long on persuasion and short on mechanisms to help real people in the real economy.
That is not to say that chain drug retailers have been spending profligately on technology over the past several years, nor that they intend to do so now.
To be booed and pilloried by Arsenal supporters for not opening his wallet more profligately to buy new players, and to find himself the target of media mutters suggesting that his future at Arsenal may be precarious.
Shopping is a learnt skill, in which we try to save rather than spend profligately, as we compare prices, look for bargains and often simply refuse to buy when we think things are too dear.
In the Whitechapel, the social cacophony of the neighborhood--largely South Asian, substantially Muslim, but profligately cosmopolitan at the same time--managed, against all the odds, to filter into the interior spaces, reminding me that Neel had worked in a New York neighborhood, Harlem, that was also widely regarded as "other.
The mortality rate of released stripers caught on bait with J-hooks is far higher, profligately wasteful, and ethically unacceptable.
From my first meal of the day until the last cup of tea before I go home, I'm profligately wasting precious resources on things that -at best - go straight in the recycling bin.