As time went on, the people of the region became sorely distressed about the Specter
of the Haunted Cave.
Tormented, in the hall, with difficulties and obstacles, I remember sinking down at the foot of the staircase--suddenly collapsing there on the lowest step and then, with a revulsion, recalling that it was exactly where more than a month before, in the darkness of night and just so bowed with evil things, I had seen the specter
of the most horrible of women.
Afterward, when he saw the despair of his family, and reckoned up the money he had spent, the tears came into his eyes, and he began the long battle with the specter
If you own 'Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove,' you will NOT need to purchase 'Shovel Knight: Specter
of Torment' separately.
When a string of paranormal murders point directly to specters
Agent Wheeler, who has trained her entire career to investigate possible specter
crimes, finds herself enlisting their help to discover the real culprit.
was born in Kansas but he moved to Pennsylvania to attend the University of Pennsylvania and from that day forth, he remained a son of the Keystone State.
In the second section of this paper, I explore the idea of hauntology in more depth and begin to present my central argument, a claim that the idea of a specter
haunting the present does not need to be constructed as one side of a binary opposition to Fukuyama's theory of an end of history.
is an American Jewish senator from the state of Pennsylvania who last year switched from the Republican to the Democratic party.
The article's author then adds: "In that case, I've got the perfect man for the job; Arlen Specter
in Tuesday's Democratic primary in Pennsylvania is the surest sign of trouble for incumbents.
Likewise, although Specter
supports industry, he is pragmatic and does not put himself in a cheerleader role, instead acknowledging corporate culpability in driving and perpetuating denialism: "Corporations, wrapping themselves in the mantle of progress but all too often propelled by greed, have done more than religion or even Luddism to inflame denialists and raise doubts about the objectivity of science.
Sestak, a retired vice admiral, announced Tuesday that he will challenge Specter
in the 2010 Democratic primary.