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  • r  in a terribly evil manner
    the child was heinously murdered

  • Shanghai started off with a false point, handled one covey with style and finish, then sinned heinously by flushing another.
  • Fifty years ago last week, the Soviets opened the gates of Auschwitz, the Third Reich's most heinously efficient death camp, and discovered the full horror of Hitler's Final .
  • The union's retiring president, Maurice Eisendrath, who died suddenly as the meeting began, had planned to scold Jews for their silence in the face of "the heinously immoral .

  • Halle Berry in KSBW Channel.com
    I quickly realized that these people are who they say they are either because they sometimes say such heinously negative things,Berry said. "When you try to figure out what they look like and go, 'Send a picture so I can see what you look...
  • James Brown in guardian.co.uk
    They did all the right things, like getting heinously drunk on very expensive champagne and trashing expensive restaurants, which seemed to me the epitome of the Oxford life,says James Delingpole.
  • Jodi Rell in Boston Globe (registration)
    Let me be clear about this: I have no sympathy for Michael Ross,said Rell, a Republican. "There is no question of guilt. There is no evidence that is missing or DNA that needs to be tested. Michael Ross admitted to heinously raping and...

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