malevolently


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Playing against them was Craig Smith as Baron Scarpia: a gaunt, pale figure with a malevolently beady stare, and harsh, cool singing (he almost barked as his temper frayed) to match.
Americans are benevolently ignorant about Canada, while Canadians are malevolently well informed about the United States.
And for those who, perhaps malevolently, suspect that I might be "lucky" to have escaped all the scrutiny, I've got this message: What I've accomplished as a discus thrower is owing to hard work and immense tenacity.
Neither do they believe in black magic, in which blood is mixed with ink and acts malevolently across the continent.
She falsely and malevolently accused my client of raping her before police interrogators, who did not take up her claim - both [defendants] = were referred to the Public Prosecution for having consensual sex.
Picking the truly malevolently inclined from those that simply create a lot of noise but will never act is far more of an art than a science.
At the same time, emerging new technologies have now elevated the threat of pandemics--whether unleashed malevolently, triggered accidentally, or occurring naturally--to levels comparable with nuclear destruction.
The late James Gandolfini glowers malevolently in this heavy-hitting prison drama.
Secondly, it had an obsessive and pathological anti-liberal, anti-Marxist, anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish strain, elaborated as a mark of separation from an evil decadent West, personified by the "Great Satan," the United States, malevolently disposed toward Islam.
This had stated - malevolently, he implied - that the Wright Brothers (in 1903) had been the first people to make a manned powered flight.
That CBA abrogation, coupled with the enforced absence of a CBA for one decade, was malevolently machinated by the PAL management, inordinately supported by then President Joseph "Erap" Estrada and finally sanctioned by the Supreme Court.
It's also helpful to know that all through the Near East--in ancient Mesopotamia, Persia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome--serpents were featured in the mythology, sometimes benevolently, but often malevolently.
Zombillenium 2: Human Resources is the second full-color, horror-humor-spoof graphic novel featuring the malevolently misadventurous demons, zombies, werewolves, vampires, witches, and monsters of the Zombillenium amusement park.
High in water content--up to 50%--it is held in containment dams where it sits malevolently until it can be disposed of.