In a miraculous 1980 performance as John Merrick, the 19th-century British "freak" whose deformities made his head look like an oversized melting mushroom, Hurt
speaks in a strangled, flesh-clogged voice that, at first, seems as damaged as his physique.
He is remembered for his iconic roles including Ridley Scott's 1979 horror classic "Alien," in which Hurt
famously died on-screen as an alien 'chestburster' erupted from his sternum - a moment which has gone down in cinematic history.
1% when compared with the 119 children who were hurt
Across the whole of Britain 16,101 children aged 15 or younger were hurt
in road accidents last year, down by 4% compared to the number in 2014 and by 9% compared to the average of the previous five years.
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11% insist they were offered gifts or money to hurt
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our team's chance of winning.
I don't think it hurt
the movement, but I definitely think he hurt
himself and his family by going public with apparently no real forethought of the consequences for his family.
I was hurt
on the last few trips, so I started shooting skate photos.
I think guys are cute, but I'm afraid if I were to go out with one, I'd get hurt
like my friends and sister have.
Four recipients of the ad complained to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, with three of them being awarded $5,000 each and the fourth $2,500 to assuage their hurt
These people that reveal our secrets, who hurt
our war effort, who hurt
the effort of our CIA .
They use their empathy to notice other children's reactions to their aggression, and "stop" being aggressive when others let them know they have crossed the line and have hurt
them (Thompson 2001).
Don't say that political speeches hurt
morale," the Army newspaper Stars and Stripes quoted a senior officer as saying in 2003, when morale was at its lowest of the war.