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Dr DAVID WARDELL It is wrong to accuse the city council of meanness over the way it funds care homes.
The headmistress of St Mary's Calne in Wiltshire also criticised a lack of positive role models for young women, saying high-profile female friendships seem to be based on "bitchiness, meanness, cruelty and criticising what someone's wearing and how they look".
pounds 100 Letter THE contrast between the meanness of the authorities and big business and the generosity of the public was put in sharp relief last week.
Every time atheist Richard Dawkins clears his throat I get a little bit more religious" Entertainer Alexander Armstrong "We live in a culture of meanness.
NICKI Minaj believes people mistake her shyness for meanness.
It emerges in his meanness toward those whose writings or actions he condemns.
This blind greed and meanness is what has annihilated so many nations of my people in genocide .
But the real meanness in this is that it was in a homeless hostel and she had little in the world," he told him.
Erdogan during an interview to Al Jazeera channel the Turkish leader said Israel should get rid of Lieberman immediately if it wants to solve its problems: "Lieberman is the guy who made different types of meanness and Netanyahu government is the worst Israeli government in the history of relations with Turkey," he added.
In this paper, we have established the meanness of the splitting graph of the path and the cycle [C.
Higher the income means higher the level of CEO meanness, a study at Harvard University revealed.
He added: "Very low and depressed at the moment and any drop of meanness makes it so much worse.
Individuals who have the meanness to ridicule and mock someone's gestures should at least have the courage to write their names.
But the New Year's Day defeat to neighbours Stourbridge was a reminder to Morell Maison's men that defensive meanness as much as goal-scoring flair will be vital in the second half of the campaign.
Every school has mean kids, but let these boys' meanness be their problem-- not yours.