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But when you saw that picture of him standing in front of the house that had been so foully daubed, in your heart of hearts weren't you tempted, just a little bit, to laugh?
He shares an apartment with his self-sacrificing Aunt Bernie and a couple of nieces, Jade and Min, who curse each other foully while feeding their children ice cream and chocolate syrup from baby bottles.
After a vivid description of the moon that suggests temporal anomalies in the scene, Molloy goes on to write, "I say that now, but after all what do I know now about then, now when the icy words hail down upon me, the icy meanings, and the world dies too, foully named" (41).
The terms "United States" and "Department of State" are here foully prostituted, by this supposed prose master, since they are used as synonyms for Henry Kissinger.
The Official in Green glared at him with unconcealed hatred; then he beckoned to one of the porters, a wrinkled old sot, foully reeking of firewater, and told him to conduct us to the nearest inn, the "Gasthof zum Lieben Augustin.
They may even be disgustingly, horribly, loathsomely despicable; foully, incomprehensibly and nauseatingly repulsive; hideously, repellently horrid and abominable - although I do have to admit I haven't quite made up my mind yet.
Lucius Junius was the youngest son of a worthy citizen foully murdered by the king's agents in the days of Tarquin the Proud.
Their ex-Prefect, who had done nothing about it, was killed quickly, but Parthenius, the chamberlain, was foully mutilated before they strangled him.
with his left foot he trod upon the dead, tearing away the belt's huge weight and the story of the crime thereon engraved--the youthful band foully slain on one nuptial night, and the chambers drenched with blood--which Clonus, son on Eurytus, had richly chased in gold.
Ed Foully - The thing that worries me, from what I've heard, is this legislation moving through Congress now that's going to affect the national information infrastructure.