As von Horn stepped into the campong his quick eye perceived the havoc
that had been wrought with the roof at the east end of the shed.
Let Chiron also come and bring many Centaurs -- all that escaped the hands of Heracles and all that were destroyed: let them make sad havoc
of the pots and overthrow the kiln, and let the potters see the mischief and be grieved; but I will gloat as I behold their luckless craft.
I could not repress a sigh at the thought of the havoc
war had wrought in this part of England, at least.
But my heart smote me when we climbed aboard and looked at the havoc
he had done.
At his command havoc
and rapine were let loose once more among the temples of the worship of Brahmah.
I fear I may be obliged to make great havoc
among these worthy people.
As soon as we were got from between the ship and the shore, that we could lay her side to the shore, she ran along just by them, and poured in a broadside among them, loaded with pieces of iron and lead, small bullets, and such stuff, besides the great shot, which made a terrible havoc among them.
We concluded to halt till the moon began to rise, which we knew would be in less than an hour, when we could easily discern the havoc we had made among them.
The house being large, and many in it, he did not care to go in, but called for a hand grenado, and threw it among them, which at first frightened them, but, when it burst, made such havoc among them that they cried out in a hideous manner.
Displaying the first "Iron Flight" motorcycle to a packed house in Charlottetown, President of Havoc
Motorcycles, Dr Jarrod Wiener, said, "We are passionately committed to making motorcycles that enable riders to symbolize their individuality, the source of their strength and freedom.
The more havoc
there is tomorrow the better for me.
Or if that doesn't suit I could always create a more little havoc
for the locals and expect the council taxpayers to suffer a 8% increase next year, so Redcar and Cleveland Council can buy me out for about PS4m