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  • Survivors live in a village surrounded by the aptly named Forest of Hands and Teeth, where unrelentless zombies try to push their way into the village.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • It's bad enough that we keep being served unrelentless B.S., lies, platitudes and "promises" by the Bushies and the Harpies ...

    Oh, look. Stephane is making a promise.

  • When you're son gets diagnosed with cancer, it starts a nightmare that's just almost unrelentless.

    CNN Transcript Jul 11, 2006

  • He has been, in the words of my old friend, Zell Miller, unrelentless.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2004

  • It is my belief that the media's unrelentless coverage years after the fact -- take Columbine for example, that implants evil ideas into troubled minds, provoking them do similar acts of violence.

    CNN Transcript Aug 15, 2002

  • "The Government's unrelentless application of race driven legislation such as affirmative action is racist by nature and in many cases blatantly violates the rights of those negatively affected by it," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The rain fell with calm, unrelentless persistence from what was apparently a clear sky; the wind tossed the waves as high as the mast and made Captain Travis ill; and as there was no deck to the big boat, they were forced to huddle up under pieces of canvas, and talked but little.

    The Reporter Who Made Himself King

  • Ostracisation of current American politics should be unrelentless total and absolute condemnation.

    SOLO - Sense of Life Objectivists

  • Charles and bmore unrelentless approach definetly portrays that to you.

    Baltimore City Paper

  • We are talking about the unrelentless media here aren't we?

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