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barbarian

a member of a primitive or uncivilized people
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Lady Barbarity is far too good a mare to have her knees broken.
Here, then, I retreated and lay down happy to have found a shelter, however miserable, from the inclemency of the season, and still more from the barbarity of man.
The District Bar Association Tharparkar Mithi has declared three-days mourn following the barbarity and brutality happening in peaceful area.
KARACHI -- The provincial assembly of Sindh Wednesday vehemently condemned the barbarity against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, through a resolution, here.
I am confident that these fratmen-senators who are now themselves parents or grandparents to young children acknowledge the barbarity and senselessness of inflicting severe pain, at the risk of death, on innocent students just to gain membership or recognition in an organization,' Poe said in a text message.
On Myanmar, he said Muslims are being subjected to barbarity and we have out rightly condemned it from the very first day.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (NINA) -- The American "Foreign Policy" magazine published satellites images, showing what did the barbarity Daesh organization "Daesh" in the city of Mosul, Iraq.
The crackdown on this barbarity by the SSPCA is welcome.
In a statement issued here on Saturday, Asif Zardari said that he was profoundly grieved and shocked over this monstrous barbarity for which no words are strong enough to condemn and denounce.
BARBARITY "On behalf of the Irish people, and on my own behalf, I offer deepest sympathy through President Hollande to the people of France on this dreadful loss of life and appalling injuries.
With the exception of the strong and clear stance by media organs and official statements from some modern communities around the world, including the GE-len movement, the entire Muslim world has been entirely silent to the ISIL barbarity.
The protection and promotion of animal life (both domesticated and feral) has become gradually easier for humans fighting to lessen the barbarity and selfishness and gain for all animals the "right" to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.