I was on the point of exclaiming--and the air of excruciation
in my face would have denoted a moral face--"Don't, Juliana; for HIS sake, don't
It is possible the matter might have blown over without more excruciation
if nothing else had happened.
An irresistible tone balances tenderness, excruciation
, and vaudeville.
But this karaoke was memorable, not for the excruciation
inicted by us, but for the remarkable and completely unexpected rendition of "Nessun Dorma" - made famous by Luciano Pavarotti and, more recently, mobile phone salesman Paul Potts.
In the poem I SAW by Elias Leteier from Chile we perceive this racking excruciation
as death is compared to the falling of a star which is turned into 'pulp of blood and mud'.
Hell is an absolute contradiction, metaphysical schizophrenia, and its sufferings flow from the creature's existing as a living contradiction, analogous to the excruciation
caused by the contradiction between an addict's healthy self-love and love of the addictive substance.
Administering a standardized test is generally straightforward to the point of excruciation
Their drug use brings them visions and prophecies, but it also turns to excruciation
once their supply runs dry and the brutal grip of their addiction threatens to consume their lives utterly.
Rather alarmingly, its head of comedy Shane Allen says: "New lows will be plumbed in teenage excruciation
during this new series.
My reaction, reading the book, was quite different: exasperation, sometimes to the point of excruciation
The answer seems to be clear: It is because the terrorists want more people to see the photos and make their violence and excruciation
a public spectacle so as to produce an atmosphere of terror.