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These vault tracks have the chance to feel and sound freshest, despite some rather uninspired lyrics—“Sometimes I really wish that I could hate you,” off “Don’t You,” makes me glad Taylor honed her craft further in the intervening years.
Four mostly uninspired games later, the Penguins’ once-promising season was over.
CAN THE PITTSBURGH PENGUINS SAVE THEIR SEASON?NEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 11, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
This uninspired comeback makes the killer into a liar as well.
The concept has potential, but in execution, it’s under realized with uninspired puzzles.
We are not asking what sects believe, or uninspired teachers teach; but, "What does the Bible say."
Indeed, to call a work of art purely and simply "scientific," is tantamount to saying that it is dry and uninspired by the muse.
But one day, after reading the first four books of the New Testament, he exclaimed, "No uninspired man ever wrote that book."
Very likely he did; but he also realized the mental dusk of the cultured uninspired and his prerogative to enlighten them.
One cannot by even continued efforts (uninspired by courage) or by the arts of conciliation, always conquer a kingdom.
Religion—revealed or unrevealed—is no production of the systematizing intellect,—inspired or uninspired.

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