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  • r  in a horrifying manner
    he laughed horrifyingly

  • At the end, Tony is as he was at the beginning: his development and degeneration are horrifyingly predictable; his death evokes not fear or pity, but numb relief.
  • To the German doctor, their faces and blue-and-white striped pajamas were horrifyingly familiar: "They looked like the children in Auschwitz and Dachau," says .
  • The brutal military repression that kept a dizzying range of religious, cultural and ethnic hatreds in check until then has all but vanished with sometimes horrifyingly bloody .

  • Zbigniew Brzezinski in Washington Post
    President Jimmy Carter's former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski said that the Russian leader was following a course "that is horrifyingly similar to that taken by Stalin and Hitler in the 1930s."
  • Conrad Black in guardian.co.uk
    Black told the Globe and Mail this month that he was "horrifyingly busy with one thing and another" in jail.
  • Jared Diamond in Boston Globe (registration)
    In short, they acted like clueless European tourists in a land they didn't understand, Diamond argues, using "horrifyingly large amounts of timber" to build an oversized cathedral, tearing up scarce turf to thatch their houses, and -- most...

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