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She added: "I cry myself to sleep because I can't bear to think about the horrendous physical assaults she has had inflicted on her.
But they are charging horrendous amounts on tickets,' the senator added.
We have got supporters travelled in horrendous weather and worked hard to get themselves up here and we haven't given them anything; not given them any value for money and that's one the things that really annoys me, really hurts.
India has adopted a provocative stance to divert the attention of the international community from horrendous human rights violations being committed by the Indian occupation forces.
The fact that Paul and the other men are imprisoned in poor conditions, in horrendous heat, with little food, breaks our hearts.
The rape and death of the two girls, who were hanged from a tree, is a horrendous crime.
There are some incidents (where) words are difficult to choose; It was clearly a horrendous incident," Stephane Dujjaric, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's spokesperson, said in a response to a question at the regular noon briefing on Friday.
She added: "Unfortunately, we see horrendous acts of cruelty like these on a daily basis.
As it was happening a third one came along and the three of them were pouncing on him and throwing him about - it was absolutely horrendous.
All we have is this horrendous death to deal with, to get to grips with.
LEE Clark said Blues would do everything to support Will Packwood after the teenager suffered an horrendous injury in the 1-1 FA Cup draw at Leeds.
On the eve of the big build, following horrendous weather reports for the festival run-in and for the festival itself, organisers have had to make the tough decision to pull the event on health and safety grounds.
The North Gas Networks worker said: "It's been horrendous.
CRAIG Levein has no worries about the match officials in tonight's Euro 2012 qualifier against Lithuania despite remaining adamant that "two horrendous decisions" cost Scotland two valuable points against the Czech Republic on Saturday.