(1) He cannot be called that, but through his austerity, bearing, unwavering commitment and unsparing frankness he brought to his times a hint of the prophets of yore.(2) I'm going to be unsparing here, because I think any escort who works in such an unprincipled manner deserves trouble.(3) He accepted no excuses and could be unsparing when mistakes were made.(4) The book is unsparing in revealing the grimness and horror of war, of the sudden loss of friends, of living under appalling conditions, of ├ö├ç├┐trying to do what I could with a tourniquet of webbing on a youngster who had lost a leg├ö├ç├û.(5) His criticism of religion was unsparing , as was his contempt for those who pinned progressive hopes on it.(6) Given what is known now of Lange's state of mind at the time, Richard's only crime was to be unsparing with the truth.(7) While he is unsparing in his descriptions of the muddle, indecision and plain deceit in the preparation and conduct of the rising, he does communicate something of the small-scale grandeur of it all.(8) Self-criticism, cruel, unsparing criticism that goes to the very root of the evil is life and breath for the proletarian movement.(9) He is unsparing towards the imperfections of all religions, including his own, but remains committed to the path of Buddhism as a way of enlightenment.(10) Recriminations will be many, various and, in some quarters, unsparing after flickering hopes of reaching the World Cup play-offs were extinguished by Belarus.(11) Gentility is not the hallmark of Snyder's books: They're violent, unsparing and tough on both the reader and the characters.(12) A huge mass of material has been organised into a clear, coherent narrative; it is well balanced between the serious politics and the intimate detail and is unsparing in its gruesome factual account of what it was like to be there.(13) But Victorian County Court Judge, Graeme Crossley, was unsparing , describing Hopper's behaviour as a gross breach of trust of the entire Wesley College community.(14) The account of his marital infidelities, especially his affair with Assia Wevill in the early 1960s, is fair-minded and unsparing .(15) He was a great support to this paper, helping to get it going in 1979, serving ever since on its editorial board, and above all contributing many exact, unsparing and funny pieces on poetry, on novels - and on football.(16) Time and again, in prose unsparing and unsentimental, Liz has allowed readers a peek into her own mental health struggles.