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  • n  the quality of being ghastly

  • It's not just the gruesomeness of the Noida murders that has captured India's attention, but the fact that they spotlight glaring inequalities in Indian societyand raise .
  • Whatever Fincher's reputation, Zodiac does not exploit the gruesomeness of the killings or the grief of the victims.
  • The sheer gruesomeness of a torture chamber, she feels, may inspire children with more respect for and curiosity about history's tortured.
Quotes

  • Rick Geary in Wired News
    I feel that with true crime stories, the material is sensational enough on its own without my adding another layer of gruesomeness,Geary explained to me in February. "I affect a detached narrative voice and back away from the graphic...
  • Gerard Butler in MTV.com
    We have four main games, and every single one is going to be different,explained Butler, looking around at the motorcycles-and-machine-guns setting of one of the game's levels. "There's so much character and gruesomeness to it all."

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