Sentences with word «undeserved»

If we prodigals see the father running in our direction with open arms, we should know in our souls that this as an event so unexpected, so undeserved, so out of joint with all that life should bring us, that we fall down in awe before this joyful mystery.
RELIGION
Arrogantly, but perhaps not entirely undeserved, Nicolas Winding Refn stamps his initials all over the opening credits of «The Neon Demon, a stylish, flawed and intermittently stunning visual experience that hypnotises even as it frustrates.
MOVIES & TV
Raphael Guerreiro's first-half opener was cancelled out by Mickael Pote's undeserved leveller early after the break at Signal Iduna Park on Wednesday, leaving Dortmund five points adrift of second-place Real Madrid in Group H with two games to play.
SPORTS
Sexual assault is not wrong because it is an inappropriate allocation of burdens, nor because it is the sort of thing no man (or priest) should do, nor even because it is undeserved (as it always is).
LAW
It is the unmerited, unearned and undeserved favor of God shown to us.
RELIGION
This gives Nestlé a very good image, but this is undeserved.
PARENTING
when looking in from the outside, when it may not be within the schema of your particular personality traits to take issue with a similar racial slur being aimed at your person, especially if said slur was undeserved and applied in a manner designed to effect a negative outcome regarding a business, thus financial, agreement on the recipient's part.
REAL_ESTATE
Fernando showed his class and bent a terrific free kick over the wall and past Karius, giving the hosts an undeserved lead.
SPORTS
Namely, BlackBerry feels the defendant has unlawfully used its inventions and groundbreaking technologies for «substantial and undeserved windfall», diverting consumers away from the «innovative» BlackBerry Messenger platform.
TECHNOLOGY
«Eggs have gotten an undeserved reputation as one of the leading causes of high cholesterol.
HEALTH & FITNESS
BlackBerry states that this resulted in «a substantial and undeserved windfall» for Snap.
TECHNOLOGY
Well, maybe not undeserved, but I do feel it's overstated.
GAMING
And the same Prime Minister, who said I was anti-business when I called time on undeserved rewards at the top, now claims he's desperate to stop them too.
POLITICS
That said, it doesn't own Genworth, the insurance company that it had to jettison in order to keep its undeserved AAA rating.
MONEY
And from that perspective, prenups have kind of a bad reputation, as undeserved as it might be.
LAW
It wasn't entirely undeserved, but he also put in some strong performances in his first year with Haas.
SPORTS
They'll use a request for admissions to make pro se litigants «admit» to undeserved liability by not answering.
LAW
In conclusion, Christians must find a way to teach radical forgiveness, undeserved grace, and restorative reconciliation without perpetuating and excusing bullying and abuse.
RELIGION
However, this perception of quality is undeserved and this incestuous relationship jeopardizes the integrity of our profession.
PETS
This doesn't go undeserved, with the game straying so far away from what past games have offered that the series seems to be returning to its original routes.
GAMING
After a few weeks when Arsenal suffered from the usual November blues with nothing much going right for the Gunners except that unexpected and probably undeserved late equaliser at Old Trafford to stop Man United beating us again, Arsene Wenger would have been hoping for some rare good luck today when Arsenal played host to AFC Bournemouth.
SPORTS
Like those sad souls who walk around with military medals they themselves didn't earn on their chests, Running continues to bask in undeserved glory.
ENVIRONMENT
These past three and a half years feel like an (undeserved) GIFT!
HOUSE & HOME
The burden rests with critics to demonstrate that those higher grades are undeserved, and one can cite any number of alternative explanations.
EDUCATION
But now I believe that the owners of abused dogs, not the breed itself, have created this undeserved reputation.
PETS
Its members stand accused of being spoiled, arrogant and narcissistic, with an undeserved sense of entitlement.
SCIENCE
Yet the New York Times and other major media strain to keep the global warming movement alive by carefully ignoring global warming «skeptics,» and giving undeserved coverage to a small minority of liberal Republicans who call for carbon dioxide restrictions.
ENVIRONMENT
Following a fairly dramatic and totally undeserved weight gain last year, I was diagnosed with chronic low iron... [Read more...]
PARENTING
Opening opposite Ron Howard's Cocoon in the summer of 1985, it was an undeserved flop.
MOVIES & TV
NCLB is doing remarkably good things for the undeserved in our schools.
EDUCATION
We hope that MHM does not push ahead with a business model that preys on the vulnerability of small businesses, and only succeeds when undeserved settlements are paid.
TECHNOLOGY
The proposed rule gives creditors 4 ways to comply with the ability to repay requirement: (1) determining general ability to repay, (2) originating a QM, (3) refinancing a non-standard mortgage into a standard mortgage, and (4) originating a balloon-payment QM in a rural or undeserved area.
REAL_ESTATE
The Senate has summed the Inspector General of Police Mr. Ibrahim Idris over what it called undeserved maltreatment of one of its own, Senator Dino Melaye.
POLITICS
They saw the responses they received as undeserved injustices that denied them their masculine entitlements.
SCIENCE
The doctrine of election declares that God, before the foundation of the world, chose certain individuals from among the fallen members of Adam's race to be the objects of His undeserved favor.
RELIGION
That said, the reputation self-publishing has gotten because unedited or unfinished works have been put on the market isn't entirely undeserved.
BOOKS
fanboys are going wild getting all kinds of undeserved attention.
GAMING
Hamlet's 1.85:1, 16x9-enhanced transfer is filmlike and uncompressed-looking; the icy, murky quality of Brit John De Borman's cinematography has been preserved and may warrant undeserved complaints to the studio.
MOVIES & TV
History has had an undeserved reputation of being boring or dead.
TECHNOLOGY
Perhaps engaging on the issues brought up there will alleviate misconceptions about potentially undeserved labels like «denialism» or «journalist»?
ENVIRONMENT
Antonio Conte said that the red card was undeserved after the full-time whistle, as Branislav Ivanovic was near the situation to cover as well.
SPORTS
I suppose that they are counting on a lot of Middle East playboy-types with a lot of unearned, undeserved oil money to be there?
AUTOMOBILES
Exams are in grave danger of being given an undeserved and defining role in education.
EDUCATION
Now, full disclosure upfront: since I started this project, New Adult Fantasy has grown until it definitely isn't undeserved anymore.
BOOKS
Cavadini's argument seems to stem from a fundamental misunderstanding of what true friendship» and true religion, for that matter» is, which at its core is defined by undeserved, atoning love: «Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends» (John 15:13).
RELIGION
Hard money lenders often get a bad rap that is largely undeserved.
REAL_ESTATE
Apart from Depp and maybe Abigail Breslin, whose third billing is undeserved, the voice cast isn't very name-driven.
MOVIES & TV
He created Daylight Atheism to push back against undeserved privileging of religion and to encourage atheists to step out of their closets, into the daylight, and take our rightful place at the table of society's discourse.
JOBS
Strut Your Mutt in New York City raises more than $ 281,000 and showcases many friendly pit-bull-terrier-like dogs, helping overcome their undeserved stereotypes.
PETS
But here's the best part: You get an open letter from an out-of-touch COO slumlord who says that your evaluation of his company is undeserved.
GAMING
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