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They have created such a murderous rage, their supporters are now comfortable threatening sitting elected officials in governorships and state houses across the country.
Bradford repeatedly makes connections between diary entries in which Highsmith chronicles mingled feelings of love and hate for her current partner and the murderous acts she invents for her characters.
The thousands of regular people whipped into a murderous rage is the real nightmare.
With the murderous teamwork of Bryan and the McMichaels exposed for the world to see, we are confident that this will bring us one step closer to justice for the Arbery family.
The blood suggests something nefarious, perhaps even murderous.
Five years ago, when, in her honor, I was inducted into the Ellis Island Honors Society, I imagined that 4-year-old little girl, having survived the murderous Cossack pogroms of the old country, patiently waiting in processing lines for a new life.
"Murderous mania; the same motive that drove him to kill the sheep," said Dick Colton.
THE FLYING DEATHSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Murderous enemy as he was, it seemed to me I should never have slept a wink all the rest of my life.
ROMANCEJOSEPH CONRAD AND F.M. HUEFFER
Murderous indeed was the broadside Duncan poured into her, raking her from aft to fore.
Murderous shavers and hooks Swiftly your pride will diminish.
A LINE-O'-VERSE OR TWOBERT LESTON TAYLOR

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