unforgivingly


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(324) The checks and balances of this system of separation of powers were often unforgivingly rigid--in the early days of the kingdom, the parliament deposed and executed five different English kings--but never featured judicial review as a method of enforcement against Parliament.
Results of the two studies demonstrated that participants responded more negatively (i.e., anger and avoidance) when victims responded unforgivingly, and they responded more positively (i.e., benevolence and empathy) when victims responded forgivingly, even after controlling for relationship commitment.
This is precisely what film critic Roger Ebert considered a major weakness of the film, which he unforgivingly described as "denatured, sometimes overexposed, sometimes too shadowy to see, ...
Cybernet's industrial computer product line has been designed keeping in view the fact that computers performing industrial-grade processing are frequently exposed to unforgivingly high levels of temperature, pressure, shock, vibration, and humidity.
And it is to drive home this point, it seems to me, that the editorial gloss cajoles its readers into complicity with the imperialist project even as the narrative unforgivingly exposes the deluded nature of that project.
There is no doubt that he means what he says - he wears his heart on his sleeve, after all, and there was a tangible bridling at the suggestion that it has become an impossible and unforgivingly difficult job.
To live with terrorism is to suspect each stranger, to cherish each friend, to love more deeply, hate more unforgivingly. It is to have no tolerance for the morally confused who waver, who say, "Yes, but on the other hand"--to have no tolerance for those who still claim nothing is black and white.
It is true that the stories are unforgivingly satirical.
On one of those unforgivingly dismal March mornings, my dad woke me for school, which was unusual--usually, my mom woke me up.
But vocal production by its very nature puts demands on facial muscles and the body that aren't terribly photogenic, and the great effort it takes to project the voice to the upper reaches of a 3,800-seat opera house like the Metropolitan Opera's is now made unforgivingly clear to everybody in the cinema audience _through close-ups.
The lion jumps at her target and once within grasp, unforgivingly sinks her sharp teeth into the tender flesh of its afternoon snack.
It is no accident, then, that what has recently been christened "critical philosophy of race" (13) has been pioneered by blacks, for no other "race" has felt so imperatively the need to make sense of a world that has been more thoroughly and unforgivingly structured by race for them than for any other group, with no way out except to turn race to emancipatory purposes.
While Severine's fate may be familiar, the film casts Silva in such an unforgivingly cruel light, the result feels closer to "The Silence of the Lambs" or equivalently ruthless R-rated thrillers than to the series' typical PG-13-rated 007 romp.
Facial gravity unforgivingly dictates that women (except Meryl Streep) have a shorter shelf life than men, so it's not like they can even afford to make too many mistakes.