vain

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vain

to use the name of someone, esp God, without due respect or reverence
b. Jocular to mention someone's name
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To conclude in this line, regional integration is not bound by nature to vainness, but its course is subject to agential and structural change, explains Social- Constructivism.
What have we learned from the global debate on the vainness of austerity and the almost-unanimous agreement that growth is the key to exiting from the present vicissitudes of the U.S.
the judge that convicts vainness And frees wisdom to sculpt its own