spine-tingling love


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  • adj. nervy or scary


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  • And then, in the second prequel, when we see the full clone army boarding ships at the very end and the Imperial March plays (in a new rendition, no less), it is still spine-tingling.

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  • Melanie Wilson is such a distinctive performer, melding sound and words to spine-tingling effect.

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  • John Hunt's spine-tingling commentary on Kauto Star's victory at Haydock last weekend was played again on BBC Radio 5 Live's Kicking Off show on Friday night, but the presenter Colin Murray got the wrong end of the stick when discussing future plans for the outstanding chaser of recent times.

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  • At the end, when Evans sings the spine-tingling Being Alive, he suggests a man who really has awoken from a long slumber and who has finally joined the human race.

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  • But touring Alcatraz was a spine-tingling thrill, and I've taken the Circle Line cruise around Manhattan several times, never tiring of that view of the tiny island, packed tight with buildings and people.

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  • If we're talking sound track and not track times, the Ferrari's spine-tingling Nazgul shriek just kills the McLaren.

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  • Toss in some truly spine-tingling, horrifying imagery (the monsters are really scary folks, be it in color or the black and white version available on DVD/Blu Ray), plus one of the most obscenely-grim endings in cinema history, and you have the makings of a genuine horror classic.

    Scott Mendelson: Just in Time for Halloween: 10 of the Scariest Horror Films of the Last 20 Years.

  • Those on the Right, I'll begin with the spine-tingling fact that "left" and "right" come from where folks sat after the French Revolution -- meaning when you say you're on the Right, it actually comes from France!

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  • If ever there was an ancestor to the old “NBA is Fantastic” mantra, then perhaps this thrilling, spine-tingling, roller-coaster ride of a classic game served as a shining example of basketball at its breath-holding best.

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  • And even though he never quite lived up to his college hype as a Saint, he sure gave us fans our fair share of spine-tingling, "Did you see that", "We love you, Reggie" moments.

    Shaneika Dabney: To Reggie Bush, From a Saints Fan...With Love


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