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Heartlessness

Chester, Sir John
towards son’s love affair. [Br. Lit.: Barnaby Rudge]
Clare, Angel
cannot forgive Tess’s past. [Br. Lit.: Tess of the D’Urbervilles]
Estella
trained by Miss Havisham to take advantage of men. [Br. Lit.: Great Expectations]
Ettarre
encourages knight’s love to gain his tournament prize. [Br. Lit.: Idylls of the King, “Pelleas and Ettarre”]
Gabler, Hedda
ruthlessly debases and cruelly deceives a former lover, driving him to suicide. [Swed. Drama: Isben Hedda Gabler]
Gerard, Lieutenant Philip
unfeeling in singleminded pursuit of Kimble. [TV: “The Fugitive” in Terrace, I, 290]
Gessler
sentenced Tell to shoot apple off son’s head. [Swiss Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 1066; Ital. Opera: Rossini, Wilhelm Tell]
Hatto
for hardheartedness to poor during famine, eaten by mice. [Ger. Legend: LLEI, I: 290]
Infanta
laughs at the death of the little Dwarf who can no longer dance for her. [Br. Lit.: Oscar Wilde “The Birthday of the Infanta”]
Javert
coldhearted in his relentless pursuit of Valjean. [Fr. Lit.: Les Misérables]
La Belle Dame Sans Merci
cruel and heartless lady. [Br. Lit.: “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” in Walsh Modern, 51]
Sanine
has no pity for others’ sufferings. [Russ. Lit.: Magill III, 921]
Turandot
in revenge for dishonor to ancestor. [Ital. Opera: Puccini, Turandot, Westerman, 368]
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Addressing the meeting, the chief minister said facts should be brought before the public after the arrest of the accused so that the victim family could get justice, adding extreme brutality was inflicted on the minor girl and heartless accused would have to pay for it.
He said extreme brutality was inflicted on the minor girl and heartless accused will have to pay for it.
He said that the extreme brutality was inflicted on the minor girl and the heartless accused will have to pay for it, adding that the killer could not escape justice and will get exemplary punishment.
Detective Sergeant Mason said: "This was a heartless crime where someone has entered a house and stole Christmas presents and belongings.
Before the casket was lifted to the carriage, Balagtas' mother, Marilou, wailed: 'You killers are heartless, so heartless.
At the time he confirmed the action takes place in Thebes against a new Heartless.
In Heartless, she turns her attention to a fairy-tale character who, in our popular imagination, isn't considered as goodhearted as her fantastical peers--because her catchphrase is, "Off with their heads
Lineker was deluged with abuse from heartless racist halfwits on Twitter and The Sun was calling for him to be sacked by the BBC because he was "telling lies" about migrants.
Benefit rulings just heartless I FELT sorry for the people you mention in the Daily Post on how their Disability Benefit was stopped.
HEARTLESS THIEVES HAVE BEEN BRANDED AS "HORRENDOUS, CALLOUS AND CRUEL" AFTER THEY STOLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FROM THE WEST END FOODBANK IN BENWELL, NEWCASTLE.
This is a heartless, cruel act against a vulnerable, defenceless, tiny kitten.
Liberal Democrat Solihull MP Mrs Burt said: "I think it's a heartless decision to ask May to leave, especially when she has been with a surgery for so long and never called a doctor out on her own account.