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31. The market's aversion to banking risk is perhaps indiscriminate.
32. My brother is indiscriminate in collecting stamps.
33. The terrorists indiscriminate murder of ordinary people.
34. Handhand and heart heart, blood donation is indiscriminate.
35. Boldwood had been indiscriminate in his invitations.
36. He said direct and indiscriminate attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure, such as homes, hospitals and water-power supplies, are prohibited under international humanitarian law.
37. The indiscriminate utilization of military force can only land the world in greater instability.
38. It isn't just indiscriminate bank lending that has retarded moves toward rebalancing.
39. We have already started to control the indiscriminate spread of the audiovisual market.
40. Wood is indiscriminate in his choice of friends as well as enemies.
41. Perhaps because Mumbai stands for lucre, profane dreams and an indiscriminate openness.
42. The advantage of rain is that it is massive and indiscriminate.
43. In addition , he turned the justice anti - invasion war into absurdly indiscriminate rejection of everything foreign.
44. Something like this indiscriminate selling has been affecting hedge funds over the past couple of weeks.
45. Because of the confusion caused by the indiscriminate use of the term "Quagga" for any zebra, the true Quagga was hunted to extinction without this being realized until many years later.
46. Unless you wish to join the spiritual ranks of bootleg Viagra peddlers and Nigerian "princes, " indiscriminate email blasts to one's acquaintances is never copacetic.
47. "It's indiscriminate selling and not particularly thoughtful analysis of underlying company fundamentals in credit markets, " said Anderson.
48. Gangs of Uighurs torched andand launched indiscriminate attacks on mostly Han Chinese.
49. Resources that the land market rectification results or tentative and phasic and encirclements within them, the indiscriminate use of farmland issue has not been fundamentally resolved.
50. However, indiscriminate overdevelopment or poor practices can dewater aquifers and cause compaction of sediments, loss of storage space, land subsidence, and degradation of quality.
51. The international community has banned antipersonnel mines because they are inherently indiscriminate weapons that have killed and injured far more civilians than soldiers.
52. Amazon horned frogs achieve their enormous girth by being generally indiscriminate about what they eat.
53. For this reason most people are necessarily deceived by that indiscriminate and high-sounding promise of release from penalty.
54. The Rottweiler is basically a calm[http://Sentencedict.com], confident and courageous dog with a self-assured aloofness that does not lend itself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships.
55. Indiscriminate felling of trees will destroy the ecological balance of nature.
56. The blind competition without cooperation will lead to the indiscriminate targeting of a waste of social resources; it is also not conducive to the sustainable development of society.
57. His great power seemed to be his power of indiscriminate admiration.
58. In Sri Lanka, heavy fighting between the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and government forces led to deliberate and indiscriminate attacks on civilians.
59. I used to have much faith in the indiscriminate spread of knowledge until I learned that the utility of candles ends at the powder magazine.
60. However, in called Cultural Revolution a social movement, the indiscriminate, all landowners have been down.
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