At a stroke, Anglo-Catholicism became English, patriotic and insular, rather than Roman, Italian and sinisterly
post-Council of Trent.
34) The second image sinisterly
echoes the first, with "the dark dove with the flickering tongue" that signals the German dive bombers and the resulting "flame of incandescent terror.
I'm sure if it'd gone on for a couple more days things could have shifted sinisterly
," he says.
Henry Kissinger had said that the country's "economy must scream", and scream it did, with a rate of inflation that was the worst in world history, companies laying off workers, food in short supply, the collapse of social services and more sinisterly
the arming of pro-American groups in Chile.
Those who created and control the race remain in the shadows, represented by the sinisterly
Collins paints a sinisterly
humorous picture of the imperious Colonel tiptoeing around his own house at night, feeling imprisoned by the wrath he has brought down on his home.
, this organism was a threat to only one species: it was a killer solely of that latecomer to the planet, Homo sapiens.
It may look idyllic but it was raining and the lake looked black and was sinisterly
it can lead to a confidence trick that sees the recipient building up a "relationship" with their new electronic friend and ultimately hand over money or personal information, perhaps to pay for a ticket for the young woman to visit.
Even here he accidentally kills the doctor's daughter, adding to the sinisterly
bleak tone of the film.
Despite the bottle being made of plastic, it is bulging rather sinisterly
, so I take it out and plop it in the bin.
self-interested tribunes--or so they may have seemed to some playgoers--swayed the crowd in Coriolanus against the play's protagonist, Rome's most noble soldier.