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1 True drunkenness and its aftermath are unredeemed horror, both physical and mental.
2 The "old things" – neuter plural things – an expression of the "unredeemed world, " existing in sin and misery.
3 Many of the wristwatches sold at used good markets are unredeemed pledges from pawnshops .
4 Percentage-wise, that may not sound like much, but Bower said that on average, American households have about $300 worth of unredeemed cards.
5 Until the consciousness reinterprets that expression of energy in terms of the higher self, it can only express that which is negative, destructive, and unredeemed.
6 And of that, about 5 percent to 7 percent go unredeemed and unclaimed each year, said Bruce Bower, the CEO of Plastic Jungle.
7 It was the exhilarating effect- upon a prisoner just escaped from the dungeon of his own heart- of breathing the wild, free atmosphere of an unredeemed, unchristianised, lawless region.
8 Although these Web sites charge a small fee, keeping cards for an extended period of time increases the chance they'll go unredeemed.
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