narrow-hearted love

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  • What matters is that it will stand forever, long after any narrow-hearted curmudgeons have forgotten their appearance on goddamn 90210.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • What matters is that it will stand forever, long after any narrow-hearted curmudgeons have forgotten their appearance on goddamn 90210.

    Dave Eggers On Critics And Selling Out

  • That's the most amazing part of being a woman, esp. a narrow-hearted one

    Rangel criticizes Clinton over non-concession speech

  • What matters is that it will stand forever, long after any narrow-hearted curmudgeons have forgotten their appearance on goddamn 90210.

    Keeping It Real

  • THE unbalanced joys and sorrows of emotional natures are apt to arouse the pity of the narrow-hearted, and the mild contempt of the obtuse of their fellow creatures.

    Red Pottage

  • With all these hard-set lines of thought, or of doctrine (the scabbard of thought, which saves its edge, and keeps it out of mischief), Stephen Anerley was not hard, or stern, or narrow-hearted.

    Mary Anerley

  • It would have been possible for him to tell the narrow-hearted evangelical rebels in a kindly, humble and caring way to go and boil their heads.

    Archive 2003-07-06

  • It would have been possible for him to tell the narrow-hearted evangelical rebels in a kindly, humble and caring way to go and boil their heads.

    July 06, 2003

  • It would have been possible for him to tell the narrow-hearted evangelical rebels in a kindly, humble and caring way to go and boil their heads.

    Vast Religious Conspiracy

  • There are narrow-hearted, lustful bigots who would do away the social family compact.

    The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, March, 1880

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