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“At least I can always go back to designing automated unmanned aerial underwater man-killing robots and software.”
“This book, set earlier than the previous, shows more of the panic and extreme behavior driven by the growing spread of the man-killing plague.”
“The Iron Man lost control, and rushed and plunged, delivering great swings and upper-cuts of man-killing quality.”
“Deep Lake up over the enormous hog-back and down to Linderman, the man-killing race against winter kept on.”
“Heart-high, I say, my rapier entered Pasquini's side on the right, but it did not emerge, on the left, for, well-nigh through him, it met a rib (oh, man-killing is butcher's work!) with such a will that the forcing overbalanced him, so that he fell part backward and part sidewise to the ground.”
“But she had carelessly ventured out unarmed, and she followed the glance of Gogoomy to her waist and saw the pleased flash in his eyes as he perceived the absence of the dreadful man-killing revolver.”
“I continued to stroll up and down beside this massive relic of the past, and to listen to his hints and muttered reminiscences of old man-killing and man-driving days.”
“In various versions of Homer's nearly 3,000-year-old epic poem "The Iliad," the Trojan warrior Hector is referred to as "glorious," "flashing helmeted," and "man-killing.”
“A dog no bigger than Michael dragging out of the saddle a man-killing outlaw whom scores of officers could not catch!”
“Where is this fine honor, Tom, which put you on a man-killing rage a moment ago?”
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