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And it was the voice of a human being--a known, loved, well-remembered voice--that of Edward Fairfax Rochester; and it spoke in pain and woe, wildly, eerily, urgently.
Summary: Eerily, the outage happened on the 42nd anniversary of the infamous 1977 blackout that New York endured on exactly the same day - July 13.
A more problematic Rosenbloom, however, shows up in a 1924 Yiddish cartoon about anti-immigration legislation titled "Evil-doer, Why Do You Beat Your Brother?" (He's the evil-doer of the title.) It's part of the new, eerily timely YIVO exhibit The Door Slams Shut: Jews and Immigration in the Face of American Reaction.
"Eerily discomforting." This was how Akbayan partylist Rep.
One witness, who did not want to be named, said he thought the young girl was local and described the area as "eerily quiet" in the aftermath of the tragedy.
Through his personal Instagram account, the 40-year-old actor shared a photo of everyone's favorite 'Merc with a mouth' simply chilling around an eerily familiar-looking castle.
A Welsh volunteer has described how eerily quiet the French port town of Calais felt during the build-up to the closure of the "Jungle" refugee camp.
The capital of Sierra Leone was "eerily quiet" on Friday as hundreds of health volunteers spread out across the city and the surrounding area to search for hidden Ebola patients and raise awareness during a three-day lockdown.
Education faces eerily similar problems, possesses eerily similar resources and yields eerily similar unsatisfactory results.
Amazingly, this image was taken on a normal day at the Felling Bypass, but here traffic appears eerily as ghostly smudges.