Thesaurus / ordeal


After dragging it behind him with both hands, he smashes it through the rotted wood of the locked door and frees the girl, whom players of the first Little Nightmares will recognize as Six, the girl in the yellow raincoat who survived her own ordeal.
Late as I was to a story unfolding under my nose, I was disappointed that the whole ordeal lacked any immediate drama.
The Rochester community is outraged by the ordeal and is calling for all officers involved to be terminated.
Though Democrats seemed to be the most vocal during the ordeal, several Republicans also used Twitter to speak out.
While the quick action represents a victory for San Diegans’ civil rights, there are many troubling questions surrounding the ordeal that have not yet been answered – any maybe never will.
It’s such an ordeal now to get on a plane and come out here, and you got to wear the mask everywhere.
In the past few weeks, one country made a strong move toward making the whole ordeal easier for its residents.
I can breathe again, and once we’re on the other side of this pandemic, I plan to spend as much time as possible occupying the same airspace as the people who helped us through this ordeal.
McCarrick, on the other hand, says that he has no recollection of these ordeals, and hasn’t commented on the allegations of misconduct with adults.
He had lost $560 due to the ordeal, the two charges Lyft was able to make successfully before he blocked the app’s access to his bank account, along with his ability to rent a car and thus drive for Lyft.


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