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Free from the happiness of slaves, redeemed from Deities and adorations, fearless and fear-inspiring, grand and lonesome: so is the will of the conscientious.
The dash was more fear-inspiring than any threat could have been.
The Germans up a fierce fence and pl Wilkinson added: "The casualties were increasing most alarmingly and played havoc with their artillery and rifle fire, grenades, hand bombs, trench mortars and their fear-inspiring whizz-bangs.
Voicing similar fear-inspiring arguments, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his war hawks keep chanting that Iran now poses an "existential threat to Israel".
This is a diagnosis which is often fear-inspiring and psychologically damaging to the patient.
The once fear-inspiring weapons can only elicit pity now--entirely covered by rust and missing many parts, while some sport gaping holes from where pieces have been cut for scrap.
They also chillingly suggest the numbers may be even greater, jar greater, saying "This reporting most likely uncovered only the minimum number of such cases ..." Of course, they have no way of knowing the truth or falsity of this, but it sure makes for some fear-inspiring copy.
Shorn of the vitality and vulgarity that should course through the veins of any picture about politicians and newspapermen, especially in the setting and time in question, this "All the King's Men" plays out solemnly along the lines of a Greek tragedy, as Willie Stark becomes the epitome of the sort of power-hording, fear-inspiring, special-interests-favoring, thoroughly corrupt blowhard he had once attacked.
Pobol y Cwm was fear-inspiring but the cast , especially Donna, were so supportive.
"We are all dedicated to keeping a constant watch to make sure that she is treated fairly and with respect, so that her innocence will not be clouded by the fear-inspiring and unfounded labels of 'terrorist.' '
"The problem is that the officers" [experience] comes from working at the fear-inspiring agencies once run by Saddam Hussein's ruling party." These officials, commented the report, "were blamed for some of the former regime's worst brutality."
The problem: the officers' training comes from working at the fear-inspiring agencies once run by Saddam's Baath Party.