malevolence


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Swaraj claimed Pakistan was not only an expert in providing safe haven to terrorists but also at trying to 'mask malevolence with verbal duplicity'.
Imran Khan alone cannot win the battle against the malevolence engraved deep in society; neither has he a magic wand.
Rose and Jamies romance emerges so easily and naturally that the conflict between Jamie and Logan feels contrived, and, while Logans tantrums hint at malevolence, it is never fully achieved.
The Bill submitted May 31, 2018 seeks to amend Chapter 11 of Penal Law of 1978, repealing Sections 11.11 on criminal libel against the President; 11.12 on Sedition and 11.14 on criminal malevolence.
You never see all three on stage, and it's always the person not on stage that generates the threatening malevolence.
The statement affirmed that this aggression reflects the extent of hatred, malevolence and the barbarism of the Turkish regime against the Syrian identity and against the past of the Syrian people and their present and future.
Harper plays Bruno as a merry psychopath but it lacks the malevolence to make it work.
Set in Edinburgh, MacPhail weaves a story of stalking malevolence and gothic horror as Harry begins to realise that the Creature who is terrorising the Old Town is none other than his alter ego.
The film overflows with mean-spiritedness and malevolence that would have the Grinch smacking his lips with glee.
His job is therefore to unmask and disarm, to find the seemingly innocent traces of the pervading malevolence, and he comes to recognize hostility even in the way a person folds his hands or turns his head.
Thought safely entombed in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella), whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened in our current day, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia and terrors that defy human comprehension.
Shaikh Sabah listed other priorities, including the need to ensure a harmonious world that is void of malevolence, where nations can peacefully co-exist with one another.