ROMA attack with the ferocity hungry lions reserved for Christians at the Coliseum and Leeds, for all their defensive fortitude, could be torn limb from limb
inside the Italian capital's 20th Century ampitheatre, Rome's Stadio Olimpico, in tonight's UEFA second-round first-leg tie.
Did her babies really "understand" and accept the fact that they was going to be torn limb from limb
in an abortion?
In retrospect, the warning signs ought to have been flashing 24 hours before the game as an Offaly team that they had laboured to victory over in the previous round were torn limb from limb
Fair enough, you can't have celebrities torn limb from limb
on live TV - not on the second day.
Only the swift arrival of the police prevented the showman being torn limb from limb
by the gipsies.
The final sequence, ``The Dismemberment,'' seems slightly off the mark, because in Euripides' tragedy ``The Bacchae'' it's a priggish moral guardian, not Dionysius, who gets torn limb from limb
by the wine god's frenzied female worshipers.
Factory worker Jim Allen of Dunston said: "If that pair turned up in the Bigg Market on a Saturday they would be torn limb from limb
Carhart, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy recognized the inhumaneness of dismembering the unborn: "The fetus, in many cases, dies just as a human adult or child would; it bleeds to death as it is torn limb from limb
The Uruguayan is treated with such suspicion by Premier League referees that even if torn limb from limb
by Stoke's back nine, he'd risk a booking for simulation.
He gets denounced by his emperor, betrayed by his colleagues and winds up torn limb from limb
by a howling Roman mob.
Carhart, "The fetus, in many cases, dies just as a human adult or child would: It bleeds to death as it is torn limb from limb