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But what are all the poor fools and reprobates to do, aunt?
the male fools and reprobates will never want for partners, while there are so many of the other sex to match them; but do you follow my advice.
Mrs Clay," said she, warmly, "never forgets who she is; and as I am rather better acquainted with her sentiments than you can be, I can assure you, that upon the subject of marriage they are particularly nice, and that she reprobates all inequality of condition and rank more strongly than most people.
From his remarks his parents now gathered the real reason of the separation; and their Christianity was such that, reprobates being their especial care, the tenderness towards Tess which her blood, her simplicity, even her poverty, had not engendered, was instantly excited by her sin.
Otherwise she must have believed them the most hopeless assortment of reprobates and ne'er-do-wells in the world, with veritable slaves and martyrs for wives.
Former immoral reprobate Super Hans (Matt King) is still immoral but is on juices rather than vodka and any illegal drug he can get his hands on.
What is perhaps more surprising is quite how good a singer he is, whether sneering his way through "Little Girls" or belting out "Easy Street", with Hannigan's reprobate brother, Rooster, and his new squeeze (Jonny Fines and Djalenga Scott, both slickly self-serving).
The South Shields-born songwriter, who teamed up with fellow rock reprobate Courtney Love on single Honour, said: "I wanted to do something special for my fans for Christmas.
Ginger, who has teamed up with fellow rock reprobate Courtney Love on new single Honour, said: "I wanted to do something special for my fans for Christmas.
Alex Hassell's Hal is not wholly unlikeable but there's something of the notorious Bullingdon Club (that Oxford gathering of reprobate posh boys) about his goading of Falstaff, his intellectually inferior drinking buddy.
I have often wondered how the British Empire survived its various permutations, family crises, monarchs without heirs, monarchs with too many heirs, mad heirs, Stuarts, Tudors, Hanoverians, Windsors, Whigs, Tories, Catholics, Protestants, that old reprobate Henry VIII and his daughter, Elizabeth -- who dithered grandly for many years.
She dumped Pete after finding out he had an old conviction for assault, so replacing him with his reprobate brother Ross is jumping out of the frying pan and straight into the fire.
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