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I walked slowly, for I was almost exhausted, as well as lame, and I felt the intensest wretchedness for the horrible death of little Weena.
And, in this connection, I may say, that, when he went out in the streets or ventured to show himself in public, he wore a pasteboard nose, with a mustache attached to it, instead of his own horrible hole of a nose.
After puffing and blowing like a walrus, he put his horrible thought into words:
I had spent a horrible day, for, after reading in a morning paper the announcement of a forthcoming marriage between Christine and the Vicomte de Chagny, I wondered whether, after all, I should not do better to denounce the monster.
Of these, the most curious, horrible and dangerous was the so-called torture-chamber.
The first object that met the eyes of D'Artagnan on entering the room was Brisemont, stretched upon the ground and rolling in horrible convulsions.
I do not believe you," cried the soldier, and he expired amid horrible tortures.
When we believed him to be really gone we started up bemoaning our horrible fate, until the hall echoed with our despairing cries.
As soon as he had finished his horrible repast he lay down to sleep as before, and when we heard him begin to snore I, and nine of the boldest of my comrades, rose softly, and took each a spit, which we made red-hot in the fire, and then at a given signal we plunged it with one accord into the giant's eye, completely blinding him.
The balloon rose as it expanded; the howlings of the brutal horde, in the delirium of their orgy, pursued them for a few minutes; but, at length, borne away toward the south, they were carried out of sight and hearing of this horrible spectacle of cannibalism.
uk/ "He was using the name Horrible Nick, and was speaking to other paedophiles.
I would hate to play left wing against Craig Dawson, he is a horrible, horrible player.