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dread

Slang a Rastafarian
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Those who are involved in arresting or killing dreaded criminals should be promoted on the basis of priority.
One in four Americans say humbug, roughly the same percentage who dreaded traveling to attend all those parties and visiting loved ones.
Mr Carter-Ruck's legal battles with satirical magazine Private Eye and various national newspapers on behalf of a string of A-list clients made him an iconic figure in Fleet Street, where he was both dreaded and respected.
To cope effectively, anxious persons must, above all, approach, rather than avoid, the dreaded performance situation.
Speaking of Stehr, Gareth's the most recent victim of the monstrous, dreaded Valparaiso double set in SF with his series of valiant attempts ending in a shot to the dome.
Then comes the New Year and the dreaded New Year's Resolutions, around which, again, the thoughts of many turn to--food, especially what eating too much of it does to one's size and shape.
So Richard sprang into action and took control of a situation most men would have dreaded.
mayor Patrick Guerriero is shedding the dreaded "gay" label [Last Word, February 19]?
Many are worried about this and end up like an Old Testament ancient who said: 'What I feared has come upon me; what I dreaded has happened to me,' Job 3:25.
Suddenly and overnight, religious education was no longer dreaded by parents, kids, and catechists alike.
Gereon Goldmann, a German Franciscan seminarian drafted into the dreaded SS during the Second World War.
I have a bad case of Dissertation Avoidance Complex or the dreaded DAC.