evilness


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In Tanabe's articulation, this mediating Other-power ensures human rebirth by eradicating human sinfulness and evilness.
Consequently, the veil of decency started getting revealed from the horrifying countenance of the evilness the big powers had been carrying since October 1945 onward.
Bilawal said that his grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto had made release of 70,000 Pakistani army troops possible from Indian jails but elders said well that 'Jis par Ahsan karo us ke shar se daro' [be afraid of evilness from those whom you have endowed to].
Bilawal said that his grand father Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto had made release of 70,000 Pakistani army troops possible from Indian jails but elders said well that 'Jis par Ahsan karo us ke shar se daro' [be afraid of evilness from those whom you have endowed to].
You served your country against the evilness and wickedness of the death dealers and you stood against British imperialists.
The musical is titled "Al Sayidah" (The Lady), and will tell the story of Carole's life, by stirring up the emotions of its audience through feelings of happiness, sadness and evilness.
In chapter nineteen, Linda Skitka examines moral courage and convictions and argues that individual's moral convictions can be more important than group conformity and that the perception of a courageous moral action is the determinant of its goodness or evilness.
Israel is doomed to an early demise, thanks to her evilness and iniquity.
Everything was going great and then she just did her evilness," he added.
Some acts may be thought universally evil, but one's era, religion, culture, law, and society play important roles in encoding, deciding, and maintaining the alleged evilness of certain acts, institutions, individual human beings, or other entities.
The evilness of this coalition began being uncovered following the statements of Menduh Thaci who says that he is unafraid of the electoral defeat as he is used to losing.
It was far from the comic's best work and he may have been buried under prosthetics, but he still managed to provide a character that I wanted to see more of, giving a perfect balance of comedy and evilness.
THE UNCANNY IN this1977 shocker, Peter Cushing writes an anthology of tales about the inherent evilness of cats, which he believes to be supernatural envoys of the Devil himself.
In The Jew of Malta, the epithet of Ithimore about the Turks is significant because it shows the tendency to connect the conventional evilness of Turks with a damage of European Machiavellianism (Chew 1937:142).