One cannot help but find the outcome--custody to the kidnapper rather than the homicidally
jealous biological mother--prudent but nonetheless disconcerting.
She's the lovely but unbalanced Madison who becomes homicidally
obsessed with her high school's swimming champ Ben (Jesse Bradford).
215] According to a study of homicidally
aggressive children, nearly two-thirds (62%) of homicidal children lived in households where their fathers had been physically abusive to their mothers, as compared to only thirteen percent of the non-homicidal children studied.
The double standard of The Leopard's Spots, homicidally
monitoring one form of miscegenation, tacitly condoning the other, has ceased to exist: white men as well as white women become receptacles for pollution, and miscegenation for Norton proves ultimately just as fatal, despite the twenty-year lapse between crime and punishment, as it does for Marion Lenoir.
These relicts are inadequate though, because humans need mild rivers and grizzlies, "things that are big and fearsome and homicidally
In Black Betty, a recently paroled but homicidally
enraged Mouse seeks revenge against the person who turned him in to the police.
Hence, their study does not measure the size of the margin in which homicidally
tending persons will substitute non-firearms weapons when firearms become more difficult to get.
Watch what you say when you are drinking, particularly if you are in the company of people who are homicidally
jealous or highly sensitive about status and personal honor.
The salience of these fantasies and experience of those processes outlined in earlier sections may be the best predictor of the ~choice' of a homicidally
Slapdash gun-free zones are perpetrated by idiots, backed by dimwit politicians and are the laughing stock of every lowlife, bottom-feeding, homicidally
"inclined criminal dirtbag on the planet.
For all their portentous, pacifist protesting the celebs are revealed to be as homicidally
dedicated to their cause as the terrorists - yet there have been no complaints from the stars, who are clearly anxious to show they can take a joke.
Odin James (Mekhi Phifer) is a brilliant basketballer, babe magnet and favourite of the hard-nosed coach (Martin Sheen) whose son (John Hartnett) is homicidally
jealous of the black kid.