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Tom, looking round with some anxiety at this announcement of his prospects, unthinkingly withdrew a small rattle he was amusing baby Moss with, whereupon she, being a baby that knew her own mind with remarkable clearness, instantaneously expressed her sentiments in a piercing yell, and was not to be appeased even by the restoration of the rattle, feeling apparently that the original wrong of having it taken from her remained in all its force.
Plaid group leader Coun Neil McEvoy said: "In a few months' time, we will get Labour councillors wringing their hands saying that they have no option but to make cuts and it is all the fault of the terrible Conservatives in London, despite it being the Red Tories in Cardiff Bay who unthinkingly slash local government.
But its meaning is front and center, poignantly underscored throughout this exquisitely illustrated picture book that looks at how adults unthinkingly trod--sometimes fatally--on children's creativity.
Signposts would be resolute and unchanging in the face of criticism or challenge Weathervanes spin on their axis, responding swiftly and unthinkingly to changes in the wind.
Sadly, in today's Britain, the prevailing climate is so unthinkingly hostile to anything and anyone from overseas that these words really have picked up a negative tinge.
More often than any book I can easily recall, Rapp's novel had me laughing like a fool, embarrassing myself each time I unthinkingly brought it out in public.
We wish to convey our dismay at the concept of this advertisement, and that you have, perhaps unthinkingly, associated with such a regressive portrayal of a child to sell a product.
They say that while Aishwarya, a national brand ambassador for the jewellery group, may have unthinkingly associated with the regressive portrayal of a child to sell a product, advertisers who often use fantasy images to sell products "must surely desist from using images that condone, legitimise, normalise or build desirable fantasy around slavery or servitude of any kind, including child slavery or child servitude.
Amused to Death sounded the alarm about a society increasingly -- and unthinkingly -- in thrall to its television screens.
I faithfully followed the directions, through twisty streets, even though I could see short cuts on the map, because I unthinkingly defer to authority.
Even a trip to the Vic can't take her mind off things, especially when it turns out Ian is having his hastily arranged stag do there, and he unthinkingly offers her a drink.
Even a trip to the Vic can't take her mind off things, especially when it turns out Ian is having his hastily-arranged stag do there and he unthinkingly offers her a drink.
Even a trip to the Vic can't take a trip to the Vic can't take e her mind off things, especially when it turns out Ian is having his stag do there, and he unthinkingly offers her a drink.
The McCarran Act, however, became emblematic of the general repression of Communism in the post-war United States, and this is why I unthinkingly used it to qualify Dad's motives.
All these misunderstandings were the result of a journalist choosing the wrong words to summarize an interview and of other media unthinkingly twisting a muddled sentence in order to create a spicy (but totally inaccurate) revelation.
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