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1. The decadence of morals is bad for a nation.
2. The empire had for years been falling into decadence.
3. There is another dimension to the decadence of Britain and the Western world.
4. It encourages a cynical, destructive decadence.
5. Gesualdo's later madrigals, however fascinating their scent of decadence, are an evolutionary dead end.
6. Our age is not an age of decadence.
7. It's full of blasphemy and decadence.
8. Attacks on the immorality and decadence of aristocratic culture were the staple diet of purity tracts and speeches.
9. I do not want you decadence and emptiness, confusion, Zaojian themselves, hurt others.
10. Because of its decadence, few want to understand the art taking place in the bullring.
11. Degenerate, decadence and emptiness loneliness loss.
12. It is the decadence of the modern bull that has made bullfighting possible.
13. This is my life, decadence yet helpless, and resolutely have a sense of rhythm!
14. Terrace on the decadence of the shadow, have gone through from memory.
15. That city seems to be the hothouse of decadence.
16. As a result, Gregorian chant fell into complete decadence by the end of the Middle Ages.
17. Decadence, depression, depressed. Or taste a little suffocating.
18. The decadence of morals is bad for nation.
19. Downstairs, it was like a battlefield in which the only victors were excess and decadence.
20. And there's Act with their amoral fascination for the artifice and decadence of showbiz.
21. But the health and wealth of contemporary society blinds us to the decadence and moral sickness under our noses.
22. Female illiteracy, even in the well-off classes, is one of the characteristics of the decadence that led to colonization.
23. But even your dreams will be but a pale shadow of my true decadence.
24. Only men of great resolution can stand up and survive times of trouble and spiritual decadence.
25. Ties are also viewed with suspicion as a symbol of Western decadence.
26. In the middle age, the history of Braga during Visigoth and Arab times is very obscure and represent periods of decadence for the town.
27. I think I will be decadent. Vain or the decadence on. Crazy laugh loudly. Will not just people care about. Yes, I am just a drunk woman's crazy.
28. Next I made an allusion to courtly love, which appeared at the time at which homosexual amusement had fallen into supreme decadence[Sentencedict.com ], in that sort of impossible bad dream known as feudalism.
29. The country, they say, will inevitably now plunge headlong into decadence.
30. Influenced by the ideological trend of decadency in the end of the 19th century, decadence became an universal thought and psychology feeling based on that special language background at that times.
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