revengefulness


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In light of the above-mentioned growing revengefulness of the Russian society, the military operations in Chechnya drastically increased the Kremlin's esteem inside the country.
The first, by Marjorie Leach (Sister Mary Florienne) in 1932, mentions "numerous stories of these early days [that] illustrate the ferocity, covetousness and revengefulness of the uncivilized Maori.
Recurrent images of atrocities and violations against British womanhood certainly served the purposes of inflaming British public opinion, inciting revengefulness to a high pitch, and rationalizing the reimposition of imperial authority by the most oppressive methods.
Mays has written, the Spirituals depict a God whose attributes include sovereignty and revengefulness.