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  1. Gary was incorrigible.
  2. He was incorrigible!.
  3. The man was incorrigible.
  4. You boys are incorrigible.
  5. A desperate young mother had two incorrigible boys.

  6. Moses predicted the destruction of the incorrigible (Deut.
  7. MORAL AND QUESTIONS: The speculative public is incorrigible.
  8. As to me--will you never understand that I am incorrigible?
  9. He had grown tired of the incorrigible mule’s smart attitude.
  10. So they declare him incorrigible, and send him back to the army.
  11. Billy looks appalled, but not because Bex thinks he is incorrigible.
  12. Fernanda had not counted on that nasty trick of her incorrigible fate.
  13. Also, I am not shy about admitting that I am an incorrigible Peeping Tom.
  14. Zander was an incorrigible romantic, forever dreaming about the big scoop and love with a capital L.
  15. The incorrigible bastard got into fistfight in a barroom with a guy who turned out to be an undercover narc.

  16. Their helplessness at the situation was compensated with more battery leading to the child’s incorrigible behavior.
  17. I can relate to that! Kathy stated darkly, recalling the way her incorrigible niece had earlier introduced her to everyone.
  18. Now, Bildad, I am sorry to say, had the reputation of being an incorrigible old hunks, and in his sea-going days, a bitter, hard task-master.
  19. Rose’s niece Ann Gargan—the daughter of Rose’s sister Agnes—later revealed that Rosemary had become incorrigible at Saint Gertrude’s.
  20. Yes, it is only among us that the most incorrigible rogue can be absolutely and loftily honest at heart without in the least ceasing to be a rogue.
  21. So, ironically, Islam, which attracted many outcastes of yore with its egalitarian tenets, should tend to reduce their progeny into incorrigible obscurants of our times.
  22. Prohartchin had certain incorrigible defects, or whether his companions were, every one of them, to blame, there seemed to be misunderstandings on both sides from the first.
  23. They hit her so often that her front teeth… She calmed her trembling chin by pulling taut her lips, but her eyes were incorrigible, they burned and water pooled on the lower lids.
  24. We never shall be rich, and Plumfield may burn up any night, for that incorrigible Tommy Bangs will smoke sweet-fern cigars under the bed-clothes, though he's set himself afire three times already.
  25. Amy being gone, Laurie was her only refuge, and much as she enjoyed his society, she rather dreaded him just then, for he was an incorrigible tease, and she feared he would coax the secret from her.

  26. We will refute the idea that this experience was an absolute, incorrigible incident thus the cognitive and behavioral outlook will be more accepting and result into positive action and peace of mind.
  27. The priests begin to reason with him, but their efforts in Christ's name to persuade him to renounce Christ obviously have no influence on him; he is pronounced incorrigible and sent back again to the army.
  28. Those black angularities which his face had used to put on when his wishes were thwarted now did duty in picturing the incorrigible backslider who would insist upon turning again to his wallowing in the mire.
  29. The priests begin to admonish the young man, but their admonitions in the name of Christ to renounce Christ have apparently no effect upon the young man, and he is sent back to the army, having been declared incorrigible.
  30. Incorrigible in his devotion to the great silver mine was the Senor Administrador! Incorrigible in his hard, determined service of the material interests to which he had pinned his faith in the triumph of order and justice.
  31. The cruel futility of things stood unveiled in the levity and sufferings of that incorrigible people; the cruel futility of lives and of deaths thrown away in the vain endeavour to attain an enduring solution of the problem.
  32. He bore himself proudly and haughtily, as though he felt that he were being watched by several dozen curious eyes and were glorying in his evil reputation exactly as some incorrigible rogue might glory in his criminal exploits.
  33. Decoud, incorrigible in his scepticism, reflected, not cynically, but with general satisfaction, that this man was made incorruptible by his enormous vanity, that finest form of egoism which can take on the aspect of every virtue.
  34. And since no difference is less easily overcome than the difference of opinion about semi-abstract questions, they never agreed in any opinion, and had long, indeed, been accustomed to jeer without anger, each at the other’s incorrigible aberrations.
  35. More striking was how Tatiana took to it, with her books and methodologies, the language of Harvard Business School finding its way into our lives, though I believe it was her divorce and its settlement, the flat in which we lived, which spurred her more than core strategies or price tolerance, that coupled to an iron, incorrigible will.
  36. But even the satisfaction of talking with a distant connection of the British nobility did not render Amy forgetful of time, and when the proper number of minutes had passed, she reluctantly tore herself from this aristocratic society, and looked about for Jo, fervently hoping that her incorrigible sister would not be found in any position which should bring disgrace upon the name of March.
  37. Never; not for one short hour altogether to herself in this old Spanish house she loved so well! Incorrigible, the last of the Corbelans, the last of the Avellanos, the doctor had said; but she saw clearly the San Tome mine possessing, consuming, burning up the life of the last of the Costaguana Goulds; mastering the energetic spirit of the son as it had mastered the lamentable weakness of the father.

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