Blaming the Russian Air Force for the death of civilians, and even more sinisterly
, the death of children, is pure propaganda.
Finally, more sinisterly
, others are simply addicted to technology.
Too much of what they do involves imprisoning, killing, and torturing people--or, less sinisterly
but still maddeningly, covering up gross ineptitude and idiocy.
This information also follows a bizarre spate of clown-related incidents that occurred towards the end of last year thought to be in imitation of a man known as the Northampton Clown who would stand sinisterly
in public places.
This information also follows a bizarre spate of clown related incidents that occurred towards the end of last year thought to be in imitation of a man known as the Northampton Clown who would stand sinisterly
in public places.
There's something curiously, sinisterly
similar about the art of asking the right question and the knack of hitting the big, cracking shot: both require a fair deal of smartness seasoned with flair, practice and good timing.
There is also an over-reliance on adverbs, which further weakens the writing, as in "he lowered his voice to a sinisterly
whisper" or "the stranger replied clairvoyantly.
Apparently, a capital D with a striKe through means too risKy while a symbol liKe an open booK, somewhat sinisterly
, suggests a vulnerable woman lives at the house.
While international community welcomed the new cabinet, the regime in Khartoum was exceptionally and sinisterly
jubilant of the new cabinet and described it as a team they can do business.
Meanwhile, the latest fire that ripped through the Al Hafeet Tower in Sharjah back in April this year had sinisterly
similar hallmarks to the Tamweel
Carried along by slogans coined sinisterly
by certain political and Islamist powers, youngsters marred the weeks-long October War festivities in 2011 by attacking army soldiers, who were guarding the state-owned television building, known as the Maspero Building, on the Nile.
One need only listen to their sinisterly
named instrumental "Blood on the Pavement" to hear how the music becomes both familiar and strangely frightening.