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hor·ror

(hor'ŏr),
Dread; fear.
[L.]

horror

/hor·ror/ (hor´er) [L.] dread; terror.
horror autotox´icus  former name for self-tolerance.

horror

Intense fear, revulsion, or dread caused by seeing or hearing something that is terrifying, shocking, or perceived to be life-threatening to the individual or to others.
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as I prerecorded the voice "My voice has been touring with the show based on my Horrible Histories - Groovy Greeks as I pre-recorded the voice of Zeus," he explained.
Horrible Histories author Terry Deary will also return to the Sunderland Empire stage after treading those boards 65 years ago, in his home city, this time playing the part of Zeus the King of the Greek Gods for performances of Groovy Greeks.
Horrible Histories is the children's history series, published and around In 1993, Terry wrote the rst Horrible Histories book.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" is based on the 1972 children's classic book by Judith Viorst.
Seeing so many families reading for fun was inspiring and we can't wait to welcome back Horrible Histories next year.
Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain is a great treat for all the family.
Because I wrote this really cheeky letter to the publishers Scholastic saying that if they were looking for someone to write a horrible science book I was the one.
A) TWO B) TWENTY C) SIX The two Horrible Histories shows (Terrible Tudors and Vile Victorians) use actors and amazing 3D special effects to make historical figures and events from those periods come alive on stage and hover at your finger tips.
Horrible Sciences teaches you how to make a monster mask out of old, wrinkly potatoes and I also learned that there are some really freaky plants in the world.
At the same time you should also consider treating your dog for fleas, as the horrible little blighters can also carry tapeworm eggs.
Answers to Horrible Sciences Competition, Liverpool Daily Post, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB or to lauradavis@liverpool.
ndd not only wanted to aid in the immediacy of what is going on in Haiti but in the long term effects of this horrible tragedy.