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The Oscar-nominated 2019 Netflix film can be torturous to watch, as Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver’s relationship unravels, but you can’t look away.
SHOULD YOU GET DIVORCED?NICK FOURIEZOSMARCH 4, 2021OZY
Martinez shared in his Instagram stories that while he’d hoped Rapoport’s resignation would lead to meaningful change, the five weeks of contract negotiations were “torturous and dehumanizing,” and ultimately did not result in a fair pay rate.
I used to find New York City summer running beyond torturous.
He crouched, nerves and muscles tense, controled in spite of the torturous cloud of scalding vapor that pressed close to him.
When all was in readiness a Negro sergeant in the British service was seized, and put to a torturous death.
In an iron cage called the Cage of St. Michel, a torturous contrivance, state prisoners used to be confined.
ZIGZAG JOURNEYS IN EUROPEHEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
Owing to the torturous mountain roads we were close to this building before observing it.
What happened after that, though it lasted seven long and torturous years, is fairly familiar to the American people.
LABOR'S MARTYRSVITO MARCANTONIO
He knew where the dock was, but the way thither was difficult and torturous.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
The most frightful and torturous instruments ever conceived by man are those that were made to force people to "believe in" God.
TYRANNY OF GODJOSEPH LEWIS

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