Two of the most abject victims of wikinomics are the newspaper and music industries.
But I have since come to realize that my abject ignorance was really a gift: to be a literarily inclined illiterate at age 26 is one of the most glorious fates that can befall mortal girl.
In contrast to the dominant idea of Moore, we propose that he presented the body as abject, erotic, vulnerable, violated and visceral, Stephens writes.
He is abject. He is a shining example of moral leprosy, a mixture of ferocity and jocularity that betrays supreme misery, perhaps, but is not conducive to attractiveness.
She whimpers; she is permanently in discomfort if not abject pain, not only from her arthritis but from leg ulcers and bedsores.
Even the offer of US dollars in the midst of abject poverty produced only shrugs, because there was simply no food to buy.
Tell your master, Nelly, that I never, in all my life, met with such an abject thing as she is.
Whenever I think of man ’s abject poverty, his rot, his spreading gangrene, I am gripped by mortal despair.
Thanks to the abject failure of Europe’s leaders since then, the similarities with 2008 are disturbingly real.
Nigerians now call for a revolution, which is to say there can be no peace while the majority of our people live in abject poverty and a tiny minority lives in gluttonous greed.