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lacking kindness

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deficient in humane and kindly feelings

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To think any other way would be "the most unkindest cut of all.
UNKINDEST CUTS Unions say front line jobs are going GOING UP High hopes are pinned on the plans for Science City in Newcastle
Annas, "Forced Cesareans: The Most Unkindest Cut of All," Hastings Center Report 12, no.
Finally, let me conclude by unveiling the unkindest cut to higher education that had demanded Rs 33.
Then there's the fate of Phyllis Zimmerman in "The Unkindest Cut.
Far from irrelevant, such experiences of prejudice in the family are in some ways "the unkindest cut of all.
Press is cutting back to twice-weekly -- but it says the unkindest cut was an E&P account on Wednesday that got its circulation wrong by half.
The most unkindest cut: Heads began to fall quickly after the Dallas Cowboys' unexpected loss to the New York Giants last Sunday.
The snubbing of Mizzou by the Bowl Championship Series was the unkindest cut of all to Missourians.
The unkindest cut of all was that Galileo had appropriated Scheiner's discovery of variation in the angle of rotation of the sun and used it in the Dialogue as a principal argument in favor of Copernicanism.
From my perspective, the unkindest cut of all involves the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy.
In the unkindest cut of all, he implies that Clinton solicited a Saudi contribution to the Clinton Library as a sort of payoff for not pressuring the Saudis--indignantly denied by the Clinton people.
Perhaps the unkindest cut of all is the verse in Matthew 10 that says that those who love father or mother, son or daughter, more than me are not worthy of me.
But the unkindest cut had to have come from the Family Research Council, a Religious Right group that Frist addressed as recently as last spring.
Addressing the divide between those who argue for a similar education for everyone versus those who argue for a differentiated education, Spielhagen and Cooper (2005, "The Unkindest Cut: Seven Stupid Arguments Against Programs for the Gifted," Education Week, 24[31], 47-48) identify the following seven "stupid arguments" that influence the education of gifted and talented students: