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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of havoc.
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Many a shepherd at that time patrolled all night through with his dogs, only to find in the morning that the Killer had slipped him and havocked in some secluded portion of his beat.
As never havocked scymitar made keenest at the curve.
It havocked on his firm inflexible mind, as it would on a weak and pliant brain!
Everything else we wanted to keep the elevators as in tact as possible for every shot, and the actors wanted it as well as claustrophobic as it was, they wanted to keep it as real as they could, and we shot all of the elevator stuff consecutively, so the elevator became more and more havocked, and the actors could get more and more worn out over the course of shooting.