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Though they were not angels, they "passed," as the French say, causing me, while they stayed, to tremble with the fear of their addressing to their younger victims some yet more infernal message or more vivid image than they had thought good enough for myself.
My mouth was full of his beard, our arms were locked, our bodies intertwined, and that infernal chair radiated its legs all round us.
Farewel happy Fields Where Joy for ever dwells: Hail horrours, hail Infernal world, and thou profoundest Hell Receive thy new Possessor: One who brings A mind not to be chang'd by Place or Time.
And he never ceased for a moment from his infernal row.
No more does his infernal laugh go echoing among the hills, and no more does his fat moon-face rise up to vex me.
I mean that I shall take you with me when I leave this infernal Nautilus.
You know the kind of man,-- calls the thing the `Ipecacuanha,' of all silly, infernal names; though when there's much of a sea without any wind, she certainly acts according.
It would, doubtless, fare none too well for the man who had permitted the arch enemy of them all aboard the ship in the watches of the night, where later he might set an infernal machine to blow them all to kingdom come.
Collins, if we can't smash up this little establishment there'll be a dozen destroyers before long rigged up with this infernal contrivance.
All my waking hours, except those with that infernal typewriter, were spent in a creative heaven.
I wanted to yesterday, only it warn't any use trying to stir out of here, with those infernal boys play- ing over there on the hill right in full view.
I was fairly driven to despair; nothing but the utter ruin of my 'face divine', as the poets call it, would, I perceived, satisfy the inexorable Mehevi and his chiefs, or rather, that infernal Karky, for he was at the bottom of it all.