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  • r  in an unsentimental manner
    unsentimentally, she threw out her dead son's toys

  • David Chase stripped the show down, one unsentimentally eliminated character at a time, to its dark core: a study of a fascinating, evil man.
  • To make way for wider sidewalks, cycle lanes and new scooter parks, diggers have torn up chunks of some of Montmartre's most famous thoroughfares, unsentimentally replacing them .
  • But human need, unsentimentally stated (and lubricated by alcohol), will out.

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