berserker


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one of the ancient Norse warriors legendary for working themselves into a frenzy before a battle and fighting with reckless savagery and insane fury

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With tracks like Death Anthem, Ripped In Two and Berserker it has all the makings of a good eargasm of liquid and molten metal.
Mason may not have a hard time accepting Liam's supernatural life since he encountered a Berserker while looking for Lyida (Holland Roden) at school in the "Teen Wolf" Season 4 finale episode titled "Smoke and Mirrors.
Current characters consist of the aggressive Berserker and agile Cat Acrobat, but future updates promise to add more characters with their own intense fighting abilities.
According to the book, 'To go berserk' originated from the Berserkers, or wild Norse warriors of great strength and courage, who fought with a frenzied fury known as "the Berserker rage", the Mirror reported.
The Berserker Burger: The fire-grilled burger is topped with zesty aioli, spicy pickles, sriracha onion straws and cheddar cheese on a brioche bun.
I like pairing the Coors Light cocktail with one of our featured burgers, The Berserker Burger--which is inspired by the upcoming movie The Wolverine--and is topped with spicy pickles, zesty aioli and crispy sriracha onion straws.
We're disappointed that the state supreme court has taken away what the university believed was its statutory and constitutional authority to provide for the safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors," said Ken McConnellogue, spokesman for the university--implying, as usual, that everyone is safer when law-abiding citizens and even off-duty peace officers are stripped of the right to defend themselves and others against an armed berserker.
As crazy and as borderline berserker as Bush and Cheney and the rest of the neocons crowd appeared to be, would they really have followed through and eliminated the state of Pakistan, if Musharraf hadn't given in to their demands?
Her drawings are densely worked, with shallow spaces full of sinuous forms pushed close to the picture plane, like berserker Daumiers, and the comic fury of Goya is still her guiding principle.
His director also recognised that taping into the Australian stereotype was the key to getting Chris to reveal his inner berserker.
The insubordinate wild man, Captain Max Shapiro, "looks like a rabbi" to Levin (357) but fights to the death at Saipan like a berserker, inspiring the men behind him to a superhuman counterattack (as they shriek, "Blood
Gaza has been suffocating long since before this year, well before Israel's berserker assault on the tiny strip of land in December 2008 and January 2009 -- this latest iteration of an Israeli chokehold on Gaza began when Hamas won parliamentary elections in 2006 and was tightened when it routed the forces of Fatah to seize control of Gaza in June 2007.
160-65), but he seems sincere and quite possibly is; hereby the playwrights avoid Lucan's contradiction on the sincerity issue, which posits a calculating actor in ill agreement, except in basic wickedness, with the Lucanic berserker.
00) provides a Saberhagen retrospective perfect for any fan of his overall works, whether it be his Berserker series of chaos and destruction, his 'Swords and Lost Swords' fantasy adventures, or his Dracula series.
A regular on Liverpool's theatre scene, her credits include Berserker Boys, Bon Voyage, Virgin Express, Night Collar, The Alehouse, Twopence To Cross The Mersey, Her Benny, The Entertainer, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.