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1, Pitt's smile returned, and it was hideously diabolic.
2, Fires lit up a diabolic scene.
3, His diabolic and rather complicated masterplan is, inevitably, fuelled by shards of that dreaded green kryptonite, while Parker Posey's moll makes delightfully dimwitted fun of his megalomania.
4, When Diabolic Servitude comes into play, choose target creature card in your graveyard and put that creature into play.
5, Diabolic Edict is one of the most powerful spells for destroying buildings. Eliminate the creeps first so that you only have one target.
6, A case is described of diabolic hiccup due to a unilateral lesion of nucleus tractus solitarius in the brainstem.
7, What kind of diabolical mind would devise such a diabolic scheme?
8, There was a diabolic gleam in his eyes as if something amused him greatly.
9, Japan's diabolic plot to wage bacteriological warfare against China during World War II has been exposed.
10, Stalin, let alone Mao,[http://sentencedict.com/diabolic.html] has never achieved remotely comparable diabolic status.
11, Also patron of epileptics and runaways; she is invoked against diabolic possession and mental disorders.
12, In this spring, the best season, we can see beautiful flowers everywhere, but nobody knows a diabolic claw is stretching to the pleasant people.
13, The present study mainly focuses on the latter, and explores the various ways in which the diabolic imagery functions in the play.
14, They hope in time to make the non-existence of appearance appear, for in that moment what we now take to be existence will be seen to be in truth only an outlying portion of the diabolic essence.
15, I just would be the fourth of the group to disappear!" she laughed hard, like a devil, as if she was possessed by a strange and diabolic strength.
16, In Sonic Jump, you will have to climbalways higher, to come to end from diabolic Dr. Eggman.
17, It follows after three harrowing bars. Piano and orchestra swirl up into one blazing, diabolic cacophony in which the practised ear may detect the thumping opening theme of the movement.
18, Firstly, Conrad proposes that the artistic truth of fiction is found in imagination and that relations between fiction and reality, and between imagination and truth are diabolic.
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