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As the thought took firm hold upon him he paused and raising his face to Goro, the moon, cursed with upraised hand the authors of the hideous crime that had been perpetrated in that once peaceful bungalow behind him; and he cursed their progenitors, their progeny, and all their kind the while he took silent oath to war upon them relentlessly until death overtook him.
Relentlessly he was rushing me toward the side of the vessel and death.
For several minutes they fought thus until the younger man succeeded in getting both hands upon the throat of his adversary, and then, choking relentlessly, he raised the brute with him from the ground and rushed him fiercely backward against the stem of a tree.
He showed no mercy, but backed the Earl relentlessly into a corner of the room, and when he had him there where he could escape in no direction, he drove his blade so deep through his putrid heart that the point buried itself an inch in the oak panel beyond.
Never in all his jungle life had he been more relentlessly tracked down than in the past few months of his experience among civilized men.
So relentlessly did my partner and I spring into our work throughout the week that by Saturday night we were frazzled wrecks.
He read, wrote, and drew precociously; his knowledge of the Bible, in which his mother's training was relentlessly thorough, of Scott, Pope, and Homer, dates from his fifth or sixth year.
At first, indeed, she had seemed to take a pleasure in mortifying my vanity and crushing my presumption - relentlessly nipping off bud by bud as they ventured to appear; and then, I confess, I was deeply wounded, though, at the same time, stimulated to seek revenge; - but latterly finding, beyond a doubt, that I was not that empty-headed coxcomb she had first supposed me, she had repulsed my modest advances in quite a different spirit.
The vivid image of Miss Haldin seemed to stand by him, watching him relentlessly.
When both Tom and Louise are chosen to participate in a national ski competition in Scotland, Tom figures this is his chance to win her over--but unfortunately, not only is his relentlessly supportive mother along on the trip, but also his rival for Louise's affections, Allan.
Curiously enough, institutions like these are not entirely happy about their relationship to history, perhaps because they feel the public needs relentlessly dynamic marketing, stressing the new.
Closing the program, In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated (1987) continued the momentum, but so relentlessly that it began to feel repetitive despite some gorgeous moments--women's legs spinning like ribbons, feet flickering, the men brandishing them like weapons, all nine dancers reveling in their own virtuosity.