References in periodicals archive ?
In Roper, a boy of 17 heinously murdered a woman and was sentenced to death by a Missouri trial court.
Fifth, it seeks the silence and compliance of those most likely to realize the deception--members of the military, veterans, and gold star family members who have experienced the horror and consequences firsthand--by heinously exploiting their pain, suffering, and grief.
I am at a loss to understand why someone like Dennis Rader deserves to go on living, at the expense of the people of Kansas, many of whom were friends and relatives of those he so heinously murdered.
And Martin told the programme: "It is wrong, heinously wrong, that you should live in fear in your home that if somebody breaks in, you are going to have the law jump down on you.
But to knowingly and recklessly place these kinds of unsubstantiated, heinously hateful epithets into the Rev.
Once you emancipate people from strings, once you give them freedom to prosper, you're going to empower them to do all sorts of things ranging from the spectacularly good to the heinously bad.
It has little abrasion resistance, it suffers heinously in the heat of a suppressor, and bends too easily.
It attacks military outposts, attempts to occupy a city and heinously massacres civilians.
Those early bullets, made by simply swaging a lead core into a gilding metal jacket cup, suffered heinously.
This is a terrible, if not a heinously scurrilous accusation to be levelled at such a committed public servant of course, and anyone suggesting such terrible things should be forced to wash their mouths out with soap and water.
They trail the leaders by two points and while a try bonus is not necessary - they secured one last Saturday with their 29-0 victory - a win most definitely is, otherwise they could find themselves either given a heinously difficult quarterfinal draw or worse still missing out altogether.