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  • v  expel through adjuration or prayers
    exorcise evil spirits

  • They have ruined their country to preserve their might and exorcise the demons loose in their heads.
News & Articles

  • Riot, you’ll like it: Embracing “The Purge”
    Like all Americans, I had a choice this weekend as to how I was going to exorcise my lingering socioeconomic malaise. And like most Americans, I opted for “slaughter of the innocent” over “creative retraining.” At this point, it looks as if the weekend box office will be won by The Purge, the “speculative thriller” in which a near-future America ensures peace and prosperity by allowing its ...
    June 8, 2013 - Orlando Weekly
  • Riot, you’ll like it: Embracing “The Purge”
    Like all Americans, I had a choice this weekend as to how I was going to exorcise my lingering socioeconomic malaise. And like most Americans, I opted for “slaughter of the innocent” over “creative retraining.” At this point, it looks as if the weekend box office will be won by The Purge, the “speculative thriller” in which a near-future America ensures peace and prosperity by allowing its ...
    June 8, 2013 - Orlando Weekly
Quotes

  • Robert Gates in FOXNews
    Gates has urged calm, in the wake of the brief Russia-Georgia war that enraged Europe and the US A Russia expert who formerly led the CIA, Gates said Moscow is not seeking global dominance, but instead is looking to "exorcise past humiliations"...
  • Bob Stoops in Monterey County Herald
    We were able to exorcise some demons that have been lingering the last three years,Stoops said.
  • Jerry Manuel in USA Today
    When you sign on with the Mets, you sign on with being a part of what happened last year,manager Jerry Manuel said. "We have to exorcise those demons at some point, there's no question. Some big ones, too."

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