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challenged the old man entering grimly into the spirit of the play.
And, since Satan saw fit to steal it, your reverence must needs handle him without gloves henceforward," remarked the old sexton, grimly smiling.
Marilla, looking old and worn and tired, got up and marched Davy grimly out of the kitchen.
Celebrated author and artist Gris Grimly is widely known for his gothic style illustrations, and in that classic children's rhyme "Old MacDonald Had A Farm" turns over a new creative leaf in his glorious interpretation of this beloved preschool anthem.
Using most of Shelley's original text, Grimly breathes life into this classic by telling the tale simultaneously through his gothic illustrations.
SIR Des Champs hung on grimly in a thrilling finish to the Punchestown Gold Cup as Long Run and First Lieutenant came storming home.
Drawing on disturbing stories told by food safety professionals as well as on statistical studies, the author paints a grimly fascinating picture of the impact of bacteria and viruses on our food supply and how they can make us sick.
BOOKS THE grimly fascinating world of killers, robbers and gangsters have been brought to life in a new series of books called Crimes of the Century.
Eat, drink and be merry all round as each lad and lass just large it en masse It need not be over-profound But as children all swarm around Santa In whom they all clearly believe there's something far bigger than that jovial banter who's agenda they cannot conceive The moral need not be overly much or the lesson be taken too grimly You do not require too much of a red alert touch with a Santa too obese for that chimney.
So Henry grimly faces the prospect of attending the local private school run by Vic Van Wrinkle (Richard E Grant), where his rebellious behaviour will not be tolerated.
Mullan's view is grimly realistic - with ripe language and terrifying violence .
Where Jeffers grimly prophesied a "perishing republic," Whitman saw hope for a new culture attuned to the great land it claimed.