It starts with great hopes and great dreams, then there is the great disappointment, and it ends in the desperation of trying to frighten
people who are desperately ill.
But it appears to be acceptable that the criminal can frighten
that elderly lady who will never recover from the incident or the burglary which may result in her death due to the stress caused to her.
And in a direct message to them, she declared: "If you think you can frighten
ordinary people or that you can ride rough-shod, well you are wrong and frankly I am not frightened
by you - and I won't be frightened
A MAN who denies trying to murder his father said he threatened him with a large knife to frighten
I know it doesn't frighten
children - I have two kids.
We know the tricks that frighten
them because we know what frightens
She reminds me of the Duke of Wellington before the Battle of Waterloo: "I don't know if these men frighten
the enemy," he said of our soldiers, "but by God they frighten
Well, yes: he's a baby, and babies are trained in the ways of the devil, designed to frustrate, frighten
and freak out all adults.
And performing, the thought of not being able to do that any more frightens
The thought of an audience that big frightens
the life out of me.