• Others were not troubled. They had no way of finding out how terrible the lives of people were in Mulberry Bend.

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  • His name was never in the papers. But he's a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him.

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  • He replaced General Ambrose Burnside, when Burnside suffered a terrible defeat at Fredericksburg,Virginia, at the end of eighteen sixty-two.

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  • She wasn't eating. She had terrible stomach pains. She started clenching her jaw and grinding her teeth at night.

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  • Rockman imagines a terrible future in which plants and animals must be sent into space to protect them from Earth's pollution.

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  • Some of the farmers were victims of a terrible shortage of rain, and of their own poor farming methods.

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  • She wore the huge jewel even though she had received warnings that it caused terrible things to happen.

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  • But she says they believe it would be a terrible mistake not to use these influential tools to contribute to the answers.

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  • But General Ulysses Grant had paid a terrible price: more than fifty thousand Union dead and wounded.

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  • The terrible job of clearing the battlefield fell to the Union soldiers who had won the battle.

    VOA: special.2009.11.12

  • Pope knew that Jackson's army had taken a terrible beating in the two days of bloody fighting.

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  • "My father," Beatrice said weakly, "why did you do this terrible thing to your own child?"

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  • His family experienced the terrible reality of hatred and discrimination when he was a young boy.

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  • Many of them believed that the first World War in Europe had been a terrible mistake.

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