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“Fierceness is another trademark of the indelibly undiplomatic personages he has created over the span of six decades: Think of venomous Martha in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" or the restive Jerry, fulminating over his love-hate relationship with a neighbor's dog, in "The Zoo Story.”
“Position of the significator: Fierceness, pride and impulsive nature”
“Position of the significator: Fierceness, pride and impulsive nature - Fierce and Proud yes, sometyimes to my detriment.”
“Fierceness that threatens to destroy me organ by organ.”
“According to her MySpace page, Ms. Sobreidad lives in Jackson Heights, and her other songs include "Welcome to Club Fierceness," "I Feel Fierce," and "Money in My Darkness.”
“Fierceness and pride lit up the countenance of the pretender.”
“It is the same thing with respect to the politer Arts among us; and the same Defect of Heat which gives a Fierceness to our Natures, may contribute to that Roughness of our Language, which bears some Analogy to the harsh Fruit of colder Countries.”
“Fierceness kindled in her, she shouted, but then she must ask, "What if we fiLil?”
“There appears in it such a deadly Spirit of Revenge, such a savage Fierceness and Fellness, and such a bloody designation of Cruelty and Mischief, as cannot agree either with the Stile or Characters of Comedy.”
“Nor are the Manners, proper to the Persons represented, less justly observ'd, in those Characters taken from the _Roman_ History; and of this, the Fierceness and Impatience of _Coriolanus_, his Courage and”
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