But the infernal machine was the thing to think of now.
In the cabin were arms and ammunition, and hidden in a secret receptacle in the cabin table was one of those infernal machines, the construction of which had occupied much of Paulvitch's spare time when he had stood high in the confidence of the Nihilists of his native land.
But, happily, there were limits to the strain which the rope would stand, though none apparently to the lifting powers of this infernal machine
And all the time our men waited in the refuge, weapons in hand--automatic revolvers and rifles, to say nothing of half a dozen infernal machines
of Biedenbach's manufacture.
I wrote plays and novels including The Infernal Machine
and The Eagle Has Two Heads, and directed the films Orphee and Les Parents Terribles.
BUT OLD HABITS DIE HARD, THE INFERNAL machine
keeps rearing its head in Franzen's work, although nowhere is the point made quite as explicitly as in Purity.
His main directorial ventures have been Girish Karnad's Tughlaq ( 1984), Cocteau's The Infernal Machine
( 1988), Ionesco's Macbett ( 1981) and his own play The Mahabharata of Women ( 2000).
I lost count of the 'I lost count of the number of times Miquel number of times Miquel came back from the head of the pack to pick me up and coax me back on that infernal machine
Besides the violin concerto, this evening's program will feature Bla Bart-k's Concerto for Orchestra - a concerto without a soloist that highlights sections of the orchestra in its five movements - and Christopher Rouse's "The Infernal Machine
But the infernal machine
did provide running water.
Worcester, charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, throwing, placing, or exploding explosives, malicious explosion, vandalizing property and possession of an infernal machine
Compare this with the achievement of a technocrat like Gutenberg, who, aspiring to affirm Christianity and its culture, invented an infernal machine
that undermined the apostolic continuity of the Church and eventually turned European culture to newsprint, tax manuals, and Harlequin romances.