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  • For none was the news more moving than the family, friends and survivors of the thousands who died on that terror-filled day in 2001.

    Bin Laden death prompts celebrations, reflection

  • In the midst of this lunacy, a small group of survivors ekes out a simple and terror-filled way of life.

    Creative Carnival – February 2009 « Write Anything

  • She beamed upon him through her terror-filled eyes, and the pathos of it cut me to the heart.

    Chapter 20

  • For none was the news more moving than the family, friends and survivors of the thousands who died on that terror-filled day in 2001.

    Bin Laden death prompts celebrations, reflection

  • But it's the terror-filled implications of seeing a 3000-year-old dead man come to life that drive the bystander insane.

    Scary vs. Horrifying

  • He tried to scream, but the only sound was the terror-filled shriek in his mind.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • One would have hoped Bush and Cheney's terror-filled tack would have ended with their regime - but it didn't.

    Linda Milazzo: Harman Uses Bush/Cheney Fear Tactics on Winograd and Voters

  • Maddy was expecting to see terror-filled eyes, but when the helmet came off, Lois Manning was beaming from ear to ear.

    Dragon Warrior

  • In this latter sequence Cronin gives us a series of episodic adventures, such as the travellers stopping at another settlement built around a ruined prison where nothing is as it seems and a terror-filled journey across Las Vegas, which would make memorable horror novels by themselves, but here are merely smaller parts of a much greater whole.

    The Passage by Justin Cronin

  • Maddy was expecting to see terror-filled eyes, but when the helmet came off, Lois Manning was beaming from ear to ear.

    Dragon Warrior

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