- n a ghostly appearing figure
- n a mental representation of some haunting experience
- They remain tiny organizations but the attacks raise the spectre of a new campaign of terrorist violence; something most people in Northern Ireland had thought they would never .
- When Administration stalwarts sidetracked the Frazier-Lemke farm refinancing bill to a House Rules Committee pigeonhole year ago, they thought they had safely laid the spectre of.
- I'm still haunted by the spectre of Neil's girlfriend, in the second season opener.
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- Ban Ki-moon in InTheNews.co.uk
Speaking earlier this week Mr Ban warned of the "spectre of widespread hunger, malnutrition and social unrest on an unprecedented scale".
- Trevor Manuel in AFP
It's important that we understand just how fragile the recovery is,said Trevor Manuel, minister in the presidency for South Africa. "Economies around the world are raising the spectre of a double-dip recession and this presents the...
- Ayman al-Zawahri in Belfast Telegraph
Americans, he quoted Zawahiri as saying, "ran and left their agents" in Vietnam, and "know better than others that there is no hope in victory ...... the Vietnam spectre is closing every outlet."