Sentences with word «unmerited»

The result it imposes in that case does not follow from the application of legal rules to the parties» account of the facts or law (which could include the conclusion that the account is frivolous, untrue or unmerited).
LAW
For most of the last few decades it has been my unmerited luck to have been personally involved with book group members, and I have conned myself into believing that I know something about book groups.
BOOKS
Denham also made this point, that there should be more space for insiting on shared norms and challenging unmerited rewards at the top.
POLITICS
Roman philosophers like Seneca and Cicero considered grace a virtue, and modern philosophers continue to study grace, defining it as an intentional act of unmerited favor, or as an inclination to promote others» interests and bring them joy.
EDUCATION
«The allegations set out in a Mr. DiGregorio's claim are inconsistent with Stanton's employee agreements, plans and obligations and they are unmerited and utterly false,» O'Brien and Poirier wrote to Maclean's.
BUSINESS
A failure as a politician, he has found much consolation in the unmerited attention he receives from parts of the media, where he repeats ad nauseam his fantasies of a world that is cooling and icecaps that are thickening: explicit denial of observable phenomena.
ENVIRONMENT
The hysteria that ordinarily surrounds a major tournament year, when patriotism conjures frankly unmerited belief, has been tempered by realism — the current talent pool manager Gareth Southgate has to choose from does not inspire great confidence.
SPORTS
I have carried this gift of unmerited kindness for over 35 years.
LAW
The love of God, shed abroad in our hearts by His unmerited mercy, is the bedrock, the cornerstone of that work which makes us justified, righteous and ready for the very real new creation ahead — the hope that makes our days here (often scared with pain and trial) have meaning — that's the hope of our calling that allows (as Steve notes) us to live for each other.
RELIGION
Their stories of disproportionate, unmerited suffering demand that when sufferers can not feel the companionship of God, we try to assure them of it.
RELIGION
All you do is find faults with club you support and give unmerited credit to competitors.
SPORTS
«We're trying to get people to eat better and now what is going to happen because of this unmerited, unwarranted food scare, and that's what it is... you're going to drive up the price of lean ground beef,» Brownback said.
PARENTING
Although many of the criticisms levied at the Assessment Division were unmerited, the top staff of the Assessment Division determined that action needed to be taken.
REAL_ESTATE
The draw against Milan was the result of a freak Mauro Icardi off night and the loss to Torino was unmerited by any stretch of the imagination.
SPORTS
When he draws unmerited censure for his attitude, he finds himself, and his wife Raisa (Noomi Rapace), relocated to a small town.
MOVIES & TV
But in a supreme act of totally unmerited generosity, Our Lord conforms his human to his divine will: «Father, glorify your name» (Jn 12, 28).
RELIGION
For too many Christians, God's unmerited favor is a one-time gift that applies exclusively to eternal security.
RELIGION
If you feel as if your violation was unmerited, you may contest it in court.
INSURANCE
John 1:17 For the law was given through Moses; grace (unearned, undeserved, unmerited favor) and truth came through Jesus Christ.
RELIGION
-LSB-...] I would rather spend fifty thousand dollars on defense than give you a dollar of unmerited settlement funds.
LAW
After all, it's tough to imagine a more spontaneous or unmerited fortune than money you win from a random scratch-off ticket at a gas station.
MONEY
Unlike Shane Black, however, the love the aspiring scribes here have for their lovingly over-written words is wholly unmerited, as is the film's steamy on-set love affair with itself and its ridiculously over-inflated sense of its own cleverness.
MOVIES & TV
«Defence of planetary conjunctions for early Chinese chronology is unmerited», Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 10: 142 — 147 (2007).
ENVIRONMENT
I believe in the Godhead, and that Christ is the only way to salvation, unmerited grace, and yada yada yada.
RELIGION
These looming signs of woes have again necessitated discerning minds to conclude that if the nation eventually elects the right people in 2019, such victory shall be viewed as an unmerited success.
POLITICS
Summary of skills — Follow the headline with a summary that would be the way you'd describe yourself, absent both modesty and unmerited arrogance, and if you knew the characteristics about yourself that others value most.
JOBS
Her middle name, grace, means «unmerited favor, receiving something good that we don't deserve.»
RELIGION
Isn't this the truth, to the extent that policymakers got a hold of these statistical tools, after which they much too swiftly and carelessly singled out teachers for unmerited treatment and blame.
EDUCATION
Another is «unmerited divine assistance given to humans for their regeneration or sanctification.»
EDUCATION
Applying it as a principle gives unmerited perceived credibility to its «prediction».
ENVIRONMENT
Oluwawole alleged that the Nobel Laureate was brought to Ekiti Sate for the commissioning of the new government house in a chartered helicopter paid for from the coffers of the state, while an undisclosed amount of money was also packaged for his stomach, «hence his result to unmerited image laundering for the reckless outgoing governor.»
POLITICS
At the level of personal relationships, the new sensibility about race meant that whites had no right to ask for the psychological reassurance that came from false deference by blacks or unmerited displays of racial comity.
RELIGION
The Bawku Central MP was charged with contempt for making unmerited bribery allegations against Members of the Appointments Committee and the Minister of Energy, Boakye Agyarko.
POLITICS
Recently, though, critics of an approach to human sexual diversity called «evolutionary psychology» have been offering up some rather unmerited denigrations of the field.
RELATIONSHIPS
A member of the Connexus Community Church in Barrie and the father of three boys ages 4 to 8, Faris credits Jesus Christ for having the biggest influence on his life and for being blessed «for His unmerited love and favour.»
REAL_ESTATE
He's the father who freely gives his son his inheritance even though it was unmerited and undeserved and unwarranted.
RELIGION
To call the California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act «quirky» would be to pay it an unmerited compliment.
LAW
There is still some debate over the carbon accounting and the circumstances will differ by product but its safe to say that a focus on food miles is unmerited by the evidence.
ENVIRONMENT
But there are those who will feel that the award is unmerited.
MOVIES & TV
But like a gut punch, «The Leisure Seeker» takes a downbeat — and unmerited — turn late in the game.
MOVIES & TV
Their reactions were not unmerited; at close to two hours, the film overstays its welcome a little.
MOVIES & TV
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