- r without pity; in a merciless manner
- It's remorselessly inventive, trying anything fast and sassy to keep you watching.
- Here again are characters who remorselessly analyze and criticize themselves, squeezing the life out of a feeling before they can experience it.
- Part of the dead weight on the Politburo is the remorselessly accumulating array of Soviet internal problems, ranging from agricultural failure to shrinking productivity to .
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- Bites in Oshkosh: Primo lives up to Italian meaning - 'best'
People like me, who spend their evenings haunting dining establishments, puzzling over crowded, multipage menus and gorging (or trying not to gorge) on remorselessly similar variations of entrees or, passionately searching out rich gooey things called des
June 27, 2013 - The Oshkosh Northwestern
- John Howard in NEWS.com.au
Politics, as you all know, is remorselessly governed by the laws of arithmetic,Mr Howard told reporters. "The Government is formed by the party that gets the most seats, and then we live according to the laws of arithmetic, and that is the...
- Sheik Hassan Dahir Aweys in International Herald Tribune
They kill people remorselessly and the world does not speak of it. They only accuse the insurgents, whose only target is the enemy,Sheik Hassan Dahir Aweys told the Somali-language service of Voice of America radio Monday night.
- Joan Bakewell in Telegraph.co.uk
Television gardener Alan Titchmarsh deals with his love for the nation's flora, while broadcaster Joan Bakewell describes estuaries as a "bulk of fresh water pressing forward remorselessly into the measureless ocean".