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His eyes would exude a sadist's ferociousness in 'Alvida' and his Adam's apple would conspicuously run up and down while playing a helpless simpleton in 'Zara Yaad Kar'.
The invasions of Genghis and Helagu Khan are taken as precedents while explaining the level of intensity and ferociousness of the attacking forces.
Not just because the sun beat down on them with ferociousness, but also because the Met department kept giving them false hope.
Competition in business, although not necessarily physically demanding, has its own ferociousness. Companies either continue to win, learn from mistakes, evolve, and advance, or they fade into the ether; sometimes they fail spectacularly.
Giants Marvel and Capcom have joined forces to create this versus masterpiece that plays a bit like Tekken but with the ferociousness of Street Fighter.
the noblest productions of the Muses have appeared in the middle ages, between gross barbarism and voluptuous refinement, when the human mind yet possessed strong traits of its primeval grandeur and simplicity; but divested of its former ferociousness, and chastened by courteous manners, felt itself rising in knowledge, virtue, and intellectual superiority.
He will not be able to take the ferociousness that I come with."
Never again will see that wand of a left foot, the elegance of his passing, the ferociousness of his shooting, the curling corners, the sophistication and artistry he brought to the Bluebirds team.
They play in the North London neighborhood of Tottenham, and nicked the strange name "Hotspur" from the 15th century knight Sir Henry Percy (who originally earned it for the ferociousness of his attack).
We are in our trenches but there are insane airstrikes of unprecedented ferociousness. The regime is using cluster and vacuum bombs," said Abu al-Hasanein, a senior commander in Fatah Halab, the coalition of moderate rebel groups inside the city.
I wanted their ferociousness, I wanted the camaraderie they shared.