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He is changing the operations of the Gun Recovery Unit to minimize indiscriminate arrests, recognizing that its tactics have alienated communities.
Instead, they quickly became indiscriminate serial killers and have been devastating to native bird populations.
Pandemics can be indiscriminate, with viruses making no distinctions among the victims they attack and those they spare.
A few continuing to fire after the main body had surrendered, an indiscriminate slaughter ensued.
The mangled bodies were hurried to the catacombs, and thrown into an indiscriminate heap of corruption.
Our two friends, however, found indiscriminate joy in everything; I have their letters to prove it.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
On the other hand, the beginner finds himself using words that have lost, their meaning through indiscriminate usage.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
The progress of the fusion of races is shown by the lists of names, which are both Saxon and Norman in indiscriminate order.
There are frequent complaints of the “impoverishment” of the companies through the indiscriminate admittance of “foreigners.”
The attack was indiscriminate; spies were employed, and idle words of obscure persons were made grounds of indictment.

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