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conscience-stricken

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from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as conscience-smitten.

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  • Inasmuch as rock music of the period was powerful, revolutionary, urgently appealing to the conscience-stricken generation of 1968, and of lasting significance therefore in the cultural life of the nation, and indeed the globe, I was struck by how far the creators of these mostly cheap, vertically-oriented small-scale ad hoc posters and handbills were content to borrow every conceivable form of artistic idea from other people.

    Psychedelic Denver

  • Zina Saunders Although this is his first Met appearance as Boris, it is the third time Mr. Pape is portraying the conscience-stricken czar of 16th-century Russia, having essayed the role at the Berlin State Opera in 2005 and at the rebuilt Semper Oper in 2008.

    The King of the Lyric Basses

  • The man's knowing complicity becomes his undoing and his and his loyal but conscience-stricken wife's world is impacted in ways that, even for one who believes that conscience is a Damoclesian sword hanging over the heads of the those who propagate the type of moral corruption epitomized by the character of "Kenneth Hoyle," rarely if ever hears about nowadays.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Inasmuch as rock music of the period was powerful, revolutionary, urgently appealing to the conscience-stricken generation of 1968, and of lasting significance therefore in the cultural life of the nation, and indeed the globe, I was struck by how far the creators of these mostly cheap, vertically-oriented small-scale ad hoc posters and handbills were content to borrow every conceivable form of artistic idea from other people.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The man's knowing complicity becomes his undoing and his and his loyal but conscience-stricken wife's world is impacted in ways that, even for one who believes that conscience is a Damoclesian sword hanging over the heads of the those who propagate the type of moral corruption epitomized by the character of "Kenneth Hoyle," rarely if ever hears about nowadays.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • The man's knowing complicity becomes his undoing and his and his loyal but conscience-stricken wife's world is impacted in ways that, even for one who believes that conscience is a Damoclesian sword hanging over the heads of the those who propagate the type of moral corruption epitomized by the character of "Kenneth Hoyle," rarely if ever hears about nowadays.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • The man's knowing complicity becomes his undoing and his and his loyal but conscience-stricken wife's world is impacted in ways that, even for one who believes that conscience is a Damoclesian sword hanging over the heads of the those who propagate the type of moral corruption epitomized by the character of "Kenneth Hoyle," rarely if ever hears about nowadays.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • The man's knowing complicity becomes his undoing and his and his loyal but conscience-stricken wife's world is impacted in ways that, even for one who believes that conscience is a Damoclesian sword hanging over the heads of the those who propagate the type of moral corruption epitomized by the character of "Kenneth Hoyle," rarely if ever hears about nowadays.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • The man's knowing complicity becomes his undoing and his and his loyal but conscience-stricken wife's world is impacted in ways that, even for one who believes that conscience is a Damoclesian sword hanging over the heads of the those who propagate the type of moral corruption epitomized by the character of "Kenneth Hoyle," rarely if ever hears about nowadays.

    Steven Weber: Thanks, Art!

  • Director Lu Chuan juxtaposes epic scenes of mass carnage with the intimate stories of characters both real and invented, including the compassionate Nazi businessman John Rabe (John Paisley) who stands up to the Japanese (shades of "Schindler's List"), a heroic prostitute (Jiang Yiyan), and a young, conscience-stricken Japanese soldier (Hideo Nakaizumi).

    The View From the Mountaintop

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