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The taillights cast a red mist in which Raju's face glowered infernally, his small sharp teeth bared, as if I were demanding the jacket for free.
Albright's ubiquitous lies infernally contributed to the outbreak of the US-led invasion of Iraq, wreaking a humanitarian havoc upon the country and claiming the lives of over one million Iraqis.
The plot gets tricky when it expands into a mystery-within-a-mystery, but it never becomes as infernally convoluted as some of Rankin's old Rebus mysteries.
There are few estimates of the population of these lascars, but plenty of racist stereotypes can be found in colonial literature about their hardiness to survive in the infernally hot boiler rooms of the colonial steamships as the coal furnaces were kept burning.
Well, all credit to the Haqqanis for becoming a reason - even though a pretentious one - to cobble unity amongst Pakistan's infernally divided politicians.
Not incomprehensible, just difficult to comprehend at first, but infernally addictive.
So why did it take so infernally long for any decision to be reached?
The Irish battle axe's creator Brendan O'Caroll had no idea that his character of an infernally interfering mother who refuses to cut her grown-up children's apron strings had become such a big hit outside of Dublin, with the entire country seemingly downing tools to tune into its late afternoon radio slot.
To the great displeasure of cursing anglers, parachutes of fluffy cottonwood seeds are snowing down on rivers and streams, infernally fowling lines and leaders.
that solar light is nearly absent, the cool scarlet backs infernally of
Farocki's twelve-monitor installation Arbeiter verlassen die Fabrik in elf Jahrzehnten (Workers Leaving the Factory in Eleven Decades), 2006, repeats excerpts of films ranging from Louis Lumiere's La Sortie de I'usine Lumiere a Lyon (Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory in Lyon, 1895) to Lars von Trier's Dancer in the Dark (2000)--eternally and infernally waylaying the depicted workers in front of their factories, thus tracing the demise of industrial labor yet occluding what might follow it.
Then come out those fiery effulgences, infernally superb; then the evil-blazing diamond, once the divinest symbol of the crystal skies, looks like some crown-jewel stolen from the King of Hell.