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- adverb In an
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A few days ago an acquaintance, opining on the decision facing President Obama, to send to Afghanistan the 40,000 additional troops sought by General McChrystal, rather bumper-sticker unthoughtfully said, "I'd rather be fighting them over there than here."
"I never saw my father," I answered, evasively, but unthoughtfully added, "he was killed the day on which I was born."
Last night, the hotel bar I was in seemed very unthoughtfully to have an unlimited polypins of quite nice real ale.
"In this world," said the Elder, "the God-given power of creation is exercised unthoughtfully, unwisely, and often wickedly.