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I never learned which party was victorious, nor the cause of the war; but I felt for the rest of that day as if I had had my feelings excited and harrowed by witnessing the struggle, the ferocity and carnage, of a human battle before my door.
An alderman coming from a turtle feast will not step out of his carnage to steal a leg of mutton; but put him to starve, and see if he will not purloin a loaf.
I had turned loose into the world a depraved wretch, whose delight was in carnage and misery; had he not murdered my brother?
It's remarkable, in fact, that the majority, indeed, of these benefactors and leaders of humanity were guilty of terrible carnage.
It was only the botched bomb-making of Osman and his fellow terrorists that saved a repeat of the carnage wreaked on July 7, two weeks before.
death-metal merchants Cephalic Carnage, Cattle Decapitation, The Faceless, As Blood Runs Black, Arsis, and from Canada Ion Dissonance and Beneath the Massacre.
Cutting between the carnage and the commentators who acknowledge that, yes, the United States has a rather shoddy history of genocide intervention, Garapedian takes us on the road with System of a Down.
The unspeakable carnage and death wrought by terrorists that day would become the backdrop for some of the greatest acts of heroism ever seen.
Police had to close the road to clear the debris from the carnage.
Even in the midst of the carnage, if I could share one thing with Rusesabagina it would be: Continue to have faith in God; he has not forsaken you and will never leave you.
The former were collaged and jumbled together as a kind of topographical base in the life-size dioramas that filled the gallery, while many of the latter, including reproductions mounted on cardboard of abstract art by the mystic Emma Kunz, either descended or ascended, depending on one's perspective, from the landscape of carnage in formations reminiscent of birds in flight or Bernini-esque bursts of divine light.