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But because he is flint-hearted, this community experiences no reconciliation.
Only the truly flint-hearted could not wish him well.
Only the most flint-hearted, though, will not feel enormous sympathy for the Lancastrian.
Even the most flint-hearted of sadists will spare a thought for Treviso.
Those flint-hearted warriors from the "mental disintegration" era have themselves softened.
The boss menhir wanted a couple of his flint-hearted buddies there to keep an ear on us.
For every flint-hearted naysayer, there are 20 ready to praise him for his grace in difficult circumstances.
They think we're a gang of bloody-fisted, flint-hearted imperialists.
He regarded Siawn and the Wolf Pack with flint-hearted resolve.
Coffers Court must have been quite a respectable place when it was occupied by flint-hearted bank managers foreclosing on widows and orphans.
A clutch of Church leaders spent their holiest weekend of the year queuing up to attack the Government for its flint-hearted approach to the poor.
The 'rails' bookmakers were the princes of their trade, genial, obliging, fair, flint-hearted, brilliant mathematicians.
I got a penny a cut and a halfpenny a set of verses from the flint-hearted publisher, and only one specimen copy, as I'm a sinner.
Although only if the flint-hearted men of the review panel decide Stewart was trying to brush a fly from Sam Burgess's chin, not knock his head clean off.
He must fend off the evil designs on his family of Malifax Skulkingworm (Stephen Fry), a flint-hearted lawyer and the villain of the piece.
The Obama campaign has for weeks been accusing Mr Romney of being a flint-hearted outsourcer while governing both Bain Capital and Massachusetts.
To deny him his moment would have been flint-hearted but once the smoke had cleared and everyone had calmed down a bit, you could take stock of exactly what had happened.
His view of societal strife is laughably simplistic: "capitalists" are all top-hatted, flint-hearted hunting types who'd sooner flog their employees than grant them a fair week's wage.
His flint-hearted countess (Celia Imrie, trailed by "a furlong of white casts") banishes the faithful courtier (Christopher Lee) who might yet save the embattled kingdom.
For months, the Republican challenger has been systematically – and effectively – demonised by his opponents as a flint-hearted, job-shedding plutocrat hell-bent on cutting taxes for his rich chums.
No flint-hearted official to blame for France’s next moment of misfortune, however, a good scoring chance for Henry, left one on one with Van der Sar only to lob over.
You'd have to be quite flint-hearted not to be touched by the energy and commitment of Phumi Tsewu, choirmaster at Fezeka High School in Gugulethu, South Africa.
But, either way, the customer is the winner, with the unique excitement of driving an Alfa Romeo sports car now combined with a finance package that would make the most flint-hearted accountant smile!"