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- proper n. Satan; the Devil
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- n. the Devil; Satan.
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- n. (Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell
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Billy Zane as Cliff, the big bad boss they call the Prince of Darkness, and
The end of the movie looks quite a bit like Prince of Darkness, which is a good thing.
And he's been called the Prince of Darkness -- a great title for a book.
Any Christian knows that the Host and Ruler of Many, the Lord of the Dunghill, the Prince of Darkness was a shape-transformer whose principal disguises were a ram and a fly.
Mephistopheles, nor consider that the Prince of Darkness is a gentleman, but go in for a rough-and-tumble fight with Satan and his imps, as with so many red _Injuns_ undeserving of the rights and incapable of the amenities of civilized warfare.
Whatever they may say of me in churches on earth, I know that it is universally admitted in good society that the Prince of Darkness is a gentleman; and that is enough for me.
In other words: Why is the self-dubbed Prince of Darkness still alive?
So it's good to know the Victoria-raised, England-based singer-songwriter, referred to as the Prince of Darkness, can surprise himself with disturbing images and ideas that bubble from his subconscious.
Their boss is Cliff Huddle aka The Prince of Darkness, a senior partner at the firm.
Anyway the Prince of Darkness is the true leader, GB just does as he's told, more champagne socialism.
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