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1. She works like a demon.
2. He skis like a demon.
3. Stefan has a demon serve.
4. She worked like a demon all through rehearsals.
5. He is a demon for work.
6. He's very violent: it's the demon drink, you know.
7. Your son's a little demon.
8. It was the demon drink that made me act in that way.
9. The system also includes BRS/Demon, a data entry editor.
10. He played like a demon.
11. A malevolent demon was standing on his head.
12. Could it have been the demon bike rider?
13. Driving his team mates like a demon.
14. Perhaps the demon drink had won?
15. Paganini, the demon of the violin,(http://Sentencedict.com) transformed violin playing techniques.
16. He was a demon wonder at finding food, I 'll say that for Vern.
17. But the demon which had driven him to drink that night, after months of abstinence, had him in its thrall.
18. The pumpkin looks like a demon mask, the kind that is used to ward off danger and evil.
19. And what evil demon had prompted her to drive past a street market which all the gods knew she couldn't resist?
20. Was it some demon raised by a witch or warlock?
21. He was speeding down the motorway as if pursued by a demon.
22. When they came to the fork of the road, his horse turned left into a bypath as if it were possessed with a demon and began to run headlong down the hill.
23. road, his horse turned left into a bypath as if it were possessed with a demon and began to run headlong down the hill.
24. He could feel the hall go tense, it was as if the demon king had leapt up beside Digby on the platform.
25. I remember once reading that the evangelist A. A. Allen had taught that there was a nicotine demon!
26. He stepped in front of the class like a demon king making his appearance in a pantomime.
27. Writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout with some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand. George Orwell
28. At times he was struck by a fierce desire to believe that the suspicion was nothing but a demon in his head.
29. Such was its seductive hold that it could seem as if all of modern life was bewitched by a Taylorist demon.
30. To Parker, it was, from a lovely yielding boy[sentencedict.com], to a demon sprung against him.
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