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murderous-looking

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  • Scores of the murderous-looking hooks flashed into sight as we cleared the anchor, and we had just started to run along the line to the end where we could begin to lift it, when a sharp thud in the boat startled us.

    The King of the Greeks

  • The kidnaper, a surly and murderous-looking brute, insisted on being called Teddy.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • The kidnaper, a surly and murderous-looking brute, insisted on being called Teddy.

    "Undersea Prisoner" by Harl Vincent, part 1

  • By the time the door opened and the murderous-looking manager ran out, he was not even a shadow at the corner anymore.

    Last Lullaby

  • By the time the door opened and the murderous-looking manager ran out, he was not even a shadow at the corner anymore.

    Last Lullaby

  • The only differences were the accents and orange jumpsuits worn by the line of murderous-looking prisoners waiting to be remanded in custody.

    California Dreaming

  • The only differences were the accents and orange jumpsuits worn by the line of murderous-looking prisoners waiting to be remanded in custody.

    California Dreaming

  • They were as murderous-looking a bunch of ruffians as I had ever laid eyes upon, and I was armed only with my little jewelled dagger.

    River God

  • Through the window Remo could see a counter tended by a laconic, murderous-looking fellow.

    Last Drop

  • She could feel her legs giving way as she ducked and swerved between the bushes in a last desperate endeavour to evade the thundering hooves and the murderous-looking lance.

    Salvage for the Saint

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