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    1. Performing ―good‖ deeds for their own sake because it is good to do so does not address the question: by what conventional standards are such acts of goodness, good to begin with; and assuming that they are, whether the ―Will to Goodness‖ is driven by some inherent factor; that is to say, an (essential) moral goodness that resides within the doer of good deeds or conditioned, rather, by rewards and punishment, reciprocity or perhaps, fear, in which case, such acts of ―goodness‖, sullied by questionable (intent), are motivated, in part, by self-serving designs that are not (inherently) good in themselves

    2. Still conscious of the gun in his waist holster, and feeling somehow sullied by the possession of it, he saw the being study his every inch

    3. his continued alcohol and drug use sullied the flimsy

    4. As there were no fireplaces or even room in the crowded club to throw a glass against the wall, they smashed their glasses on the floor, never to be sullied by a lesser purpose

    5. He’d spring back from the grave if I sullied it by cooperating with you

    6. "Regardless, she sullied him, dirtied him

    7. Her surface beauty quickly waned, seemed sullied by a sooty cloud that came upon Her like a plague

    8. To ascertain my presumption, and though where he had been was not really my path, I purposely passed by him to give a going over his sullied face

    9. Sergeant Welky makes numerous appearances as Henry's mind is sullied with alcohol

    10. On top of killing my parents and taking all that we owed, those bastards also took away my dignity and sullied me in an unspeakable way

    11. over time was sullied; the rich became richer, always at the expense

    12. and how the press and mega industries were enslaved and sullied to

    13. There use to be the concept of the “Noble Savage” where adherents believed individuals from backwards cultures were somehow morally superior since they had not been sullied by the perceived decadence of more developed nations

    14. By the very motive of trying to make people laugh at everything that’s wrong with civilized society, he sullied all of his personal honesty by not being taken seriously

    15. light, the masses are cut out as simply as possible, and their colour is little sullied by light and shade

    16. estranged by the loathsome information; could I then have returned to his sullied arms, but as a victim to the prejudices of mankind, who have made women the

    17. purify it--yes, I blushed to think that its purity had been sullied, by allowing such a man to be its father

    18. Locusta and Agrippina, living at the same time, were an exception, and proved the determination of providence to effect the entire ruin of the Roman empire, sullied by so many crimes

    19. The Oval Office, the Navy Mess Hall, those are all historic places that deserve not to be sullied by romantic motives

    20. It was true that the association with this man had been fatal to him—true that if he had had the thousand pounds still in his hands with all his debts unpaid he would have returned the money to Bulstrode, and taken beggary rather than the rescue which had been sullied with the suspicion of a bribe (for, remember, he was one of the proudest among the sons of men)—nevertheless, he would not turn away from this crushed fellow-mortal whose aid he had used, and make a pitiful effort to get acquittal for himself by howling against another

    21. But I tell myself that I shall plot Sweet Revenges against this Villain, Lover, Devil; and e’en as I flee, I promise my sullied Soul and punish’d Pride that I shall have the Upper Hand ere long and one Day be his Master!

    22. Ah too, too solid, too, too sullied Flesh! The Body is the Canvas whereupon the Soul paints its own Deformities! In my Whoring Days I had star’d with Disgust and Disbelief upon the ruin’d Bodies of Men—corpulent and gouty, red with Drink and swollen from Gluttony—and I had thought: E’en this Tub of Lard was once a sweet-faced Baby Boy

    23. So they inwardly resolved that so long as they remained in the business, their piracies should not again be sullied with the crime of stealing

    24. He was dressed now: he still looked pale, but he was no longer gory and sullied

    25. He drew over the picture the sheet of thin paper on which I was accustomed to rest my hand in painting, to prevent the cardboard from being sullied

    26. Gentlemen, you've sullied my heart! Can you suppose that I would conceal it from you, if I had really killed my father, that I would shuffle, lie, and hide myself? No, that's not like Dmitri Karamazov, that he couldn't do, and if I were guilty, I swear I shouldn't have waited for your coming, or for the sunrise as I meant at first, but should have killed myself before this, without waiting for the dawn! I know that about myself now

    27. The verdict was rendered that I was a deceived husband, that I had killed in defence of my sullied honor (that is the way they put it in their language), and thus I was acquitted

    28. Recognizing in a flash that he was ruined, in a sense annihilated, that he had disgraced himself and sullied his reputation, that he had been turned into ridicule and treated with contempt in the presence of spectators, that he had been treacherously insulted, by one whom he had looked on only the day before as his greatest and most trustworthy friend, that he had been put to utter confusion, Mr

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    1. “Lady Rayne, please, do not sully your hands with this trash, we have the situation in control

    2. ” Placing his hand on Rayne’s shoulder he felt her slowly relax, he whispered to her, “Ease down my little warrior, there is no need to sully K’nada with their blood

    3. Regarding the continuing debt limit negotiations between Republicans and Democrats, „Obama, who once infamously said that he"d meet with murderous tyrants such as Castro, Chavez, and Ahmadinejad “without preconditions” apparently won"t sully the office by meeting for lunch with the Republican Senate Minority Leader

    4. But why sully your love with resentments and hatreds?”

    5. The doctor squeezed her loyal friends arm, “Thank you Sully, I need to go back and look at his notes again

    6. she was separated from me by glass, as though I might sully the air

    7. anything that might sully her reputation

    8. or act of his shall ever sully it in the eyes of men, or cause them to think of it one whit less highly

    9. How dare this damned woman contact him? How dare she sully the memories he cherished of his loved ones by sending this email? Gomes was about to delete the message but something deep inside of him told him not to

    10. Do not sully their deaths by asking me to kill someone who cannot even stand up

    11. Sully snorted and we both looked in his direction

    12. By the time it was ready, Sully and Andrew were both awake

    13. “Porridge! I can’t eat that,” Sully said, as he took the bowl from her

    14. Sully grumbled, said he needed the toilet and disappeared quickly from the room

    15. “What are you laughing about,” Sully said, lumping back down on the sofa

    16. Sully snorted and picked at his teeth

    17. I watched Sully mimic her actions and threw a cushion at him

    18. “What is it with you, Sully?” I filled the bowl with the remaining porridge and passed it to Andy

    19. We arrived at the shop, Sully was already inside, I could tell by his loud voice

    20. Bennett holding Sully back with a broom

    21. Sully backed away and ran out the door

    22. Sully was lounging on the sofa, empty crisp packets and chocolate wrappers thrown on the floor around him

    23. Sully had stormed off somewhere

    24. And the jolt that sent me and Sully flying had nothing to do with the power, but everything to do with the power plant exploding

    25. Sully held on to the hope that Poppy was still hiding somewhere

    26. Sully paced while I fidgeted

    27. “Maybe we should leave,” Sully said

    28. ” Sully winced and wiped a hand across his mouth

    29. Sully and I fixed the planks across the doorway the best we could and placed the hammer back in the shed

    30. Jess stayed with Andy while Sully and I covered behind

    31. ” Sully shifted his backpack

    32. “You’d fit in quite nicely, Sully

    33. Sully and I stared at each other

    34. Sully reached out and tried the handle

    35. Sully rooted through the undergrowth on the verge and found a small branch

    36. I waited for them to pass the car and were a few yards up the road before I turned back to Sully

    37. ” Andy did his chicken-head thing between Sully and me

    38. ” Sully gestured with his head towards the ceiling

    39. “What ya doing?” Sully flopped on the sofa beside me

    40. “Can you get the radio to work on this?” Sully pointed at the torch

    41. Sully and Andy didn’t question my instructions

    42. “Why’d you do that for? Ask her if they want to come with us,” Sully said, grabbing his bag from the undergrowth

    43. “Later then,” Sully growled

    44. Sully and Jess arrived too late to hear our conversation

    45. “Why?” Sully and Jess said at the same time

    46. “Best do as he says,” Sully said

    47. “Hard not to,” Sully said

    48. ” I looked at Sully and Andy

    49. ” Sully rubbed at his forehead

    50. “I think, he means there must be a connection to us somehow,” Sully said, unsure himself

    1. He dammed them for all time for sullying so perfect a dream, but he came to realize that their greed for power wasn’t so much a personal sin as a part of human nature

    2. So, they get habituated at seeing things from the pan-Islamic prism, which stymies their Indian vision besides sullying their national image, and sadly for them, there would be incessant alerts of ‘Islam in danger’ from around the world, which keep their psyche forever stressed by their kafir enigma

    3. Light and shade and half tone are the great enemies of colour, sullying, as they do, its purity; and to some extent to design also, destroying, as they do, the flatness of the picture

    4. sullying what his soul was brimful of

    5. Cadwallader's painfully graphic report of gossip—her effort, nay, her strongest impulsive prompting, had been towards the vindication of Will from any sullying surmises; and when, in her meeting with him afterwards, she had at first interpreted his words as a probable allusion to a feeling towards Mrs

    6. Blanche (yes, he had quite lost his head), he suddenly adopted a tone of menace, and started to rage at the old lady—exclaiming that she was sullying the family honour, that she was making a public scandal of herself, and that she was smirching the fair name of Russia

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