Even the figures of the baleful
group were there, though dimly seen as through a veil--a shadowy veil.
It was generally understood that their abrupt departure was due to Madame Olenska's desire to remove her aunt from the baleful
eloquence of Dr.
Issus glared at him, a baleful
light in her hideous eyes.
He turned a baleful
eye upon me--he, Tars Tarkas, with whom I had fought through countless battles; whom I loved as a brother.
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Central bankers talk about interest rates taking 18 months or two years to work their benign or baleful
In fact, Clinton promises to spread that baleful
attitude down to the lowliest community college, until every student in America feels he or she deserves a diploma and an A-studded transcript just for showing up.
Laconic gunslinger Alan Ladd helps peaceful homesteaders stand up to baleful
bully Jack Palance.
The late Robert Maxwell left his baleful
Flaubert's masterpiece, Madame Bovary, is a novel essentially about the baleful
effects of reading novels.
Stanley Kubrick's Vietnam masterpiece glares at the baleful
nature of the military mindset.
"We will be casting our baleful
eyes around the market," he added.
Not for Syria itself, of course, or its neighbours - the downward spiral there is far from bottoming out into the prolonged and baleful
stalemate that must precede creative peacemaking.
Nobody could argue with Mr Blair's analysis of the baleful
effects idleness has on people in their late teens - the girls get pregnant and the boys get arrested and their lives go from bad to worse after that.
Folk Art And The Death Of Electric Jesus has gone down a storm with critics and fans alike as Andy McGibbon's baleful
punk blues are more than enough to send chills down the spine of anyone with an ear for great music.