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For as attractive as these jobs will be, the hires won’t be easy to get right, not with all the pressure, politics and sentimentality involved.
There’s no hint of sentimentality in Fern or in Nomadland — only a need to remember and to keep living.
Giannis Antetokounmpo cashes in with his supermax deal, but sentimentality comes at a priceThe great escape is always the expectation now.
I should not allow inane sentimentality to influence me: it is beneath the revolutionist.
I startled a passing cabman into interest by laughing aloud at that magnificent and characteristic sentimentality.
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He alone in French art inclines a little, in his tearful sentimentality, to the Romantic school of Dsseldorf.
And this, indeed, contrasted strangely with his former abandon, and with the customary gush of German sentimentality.
We can see how the indiscriminate preaching of such a formula would open the flood-gates of sentimentality and fraud.
I didnt do it impulsively or just out of a weak sentimentality.298 You do know and trust me, dont you, better than that.
The pitiful people who think that fine phrases and sentimentality can take the place of facts!

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