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monstrous

(of plants and animals) abnormal in structure
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It's imagine Spacey have been than Plummer, delivers monstrous It's also important to not to underestimate the strength of Mark Wahlberg's performance as a former CIA operative, employed by Getty to assist Gail.
She looks at monstrous negotiations, monstrous citizenships, citizens and their monstrous families, and monstrous fears.
I recently came upon a copy of The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless while strolling through the aisles of the local jumble shop; I picked it up immediately.
You see, I've seen the last two Pratchett plays by Monstrous Productions, Witches Abroad and Wyrd Sisters, and I loved them.
Broadly speaking, Zayaruznaya's The Monstrous New Art is about text-music relations in the ars nova motet with a focus on the period spanning 1315 to 1370.
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Stacey Johnson is just one monstrous example of the factors that have pushed American health care costs to unnecessary heights.
Urda's "House of Horrors: Brideshead Revisited at the Movies," which argues that Julian Jarrold's film "grapples with Catholicism by essentially transforming Brideshead Revisited into a horror story in the English Gothic tradition with Lady Marchmain, the matriarch of Brideshead, Brideshead itself, and the Catholic Church as the monstrous villains of the piece.
I assure you that we will make all possible efforts to ensure safety and security of women in this country," he promised, "we will examine without delay not only responses to this terrible crime, but all aspects concerning safety of women and children and punishment to those who commit these monstrous crimes.
For Kant, the sublime is "the almost-too-much," and is distinguished from the monstrous understood as "the absolutely-too-much.
explores how concepts of the monstrous can be applied to organizations and to organization theory.
Janner doesn't believe he is as monstrous as he appears, but could he be wrong?