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Prized for their efficiency — and dreaded for their overconfident drivers — these taxis are an essential part of mobility on the continent.
The best horror games build a sense of dread and vulnerability, and this moment from “Little Nightmares 2” captures those feelings perfectly, through unsettling sound design, Tim Burton-like art direction and a slow, gradual buildup to a scare.
As I mentioned, I have a son in ninth grade, and like so many, I’m kind of dreading the college-application process.
They raced down well-worn pathways of my brain, the ones that lead to dread and fear.
Most of us want to travel back home to Nigeria, and we have iPhones, we have dreads.
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Though the road ahead is rocky, we no longer need to live in dread.
As we plunge into the depths of a winter that many have been dreading, one thing is clear—it’s important to be prepared.
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Either way, we’ve researched some of the best snow shovels currently on the market, so now you won’t dread those impending winter storms.
Finish with a bangFinally, most bakers dread the random air bubble that wreaks havoc on a sliced cake’s appearance.
A proposed pied-à-terre tax, dreaded by everyone in the industry, remains possible.

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