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I've killed a robber, a usurer, a jackal, a blackmailer, the cleverest and the cruellest villain unhung.
Not the cruellest scoffer of them all could doubt now.
You're the cruellest and most inconsiderate people in the world,' said Mrs Varden, bridling.
Our Euro 2016 dream died the cruellest of deaths as Robert Lewandowski's injury-time leveller, combined with Ireland's shock win over Germany in Dublin sent us spinning out.
THE X FACTOR UTV 7pm We arrive at the cruellest moment in the talent show, as contestants re-audition for a place.
This race is becoming notorious as the cruellest race in the world.
Woody Allen's stinging revision of A Streetcar Named Desire is one of his cruellest jokes.
April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain.
But the cruellest twist in all these job losses is that our council is spending millions of pounds employing consultants to tell them to sack people.
Craig Young's winner two minutes into injury time was the cruellest of blows for a Tayport side who played the entire second half with 10 men.
They may have battled cancer themselves or seen a loved one struggle against this cruellest of diseases.
HARRY REDKNAPP may have been overegging it when he described Wigan's last-gasp equaliser as the cruellest blow he has taken in football - but he wasn't exaggerating by much, as it was a genuine heartbreaker after a stirring performance with 10 men.