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Evanescence, The Open Door (Wind-up) Raven-haired rock drama queen Amy Lee and new guitarist and cowriter Terry Balsamo temper darkness, raw emotion, and scarier lyrical fare with graceful embellishment from a full choir and string section.
and his younger sister have disturbing dreams, but life becomes even scarier for J.
One of the reasons for this is that the consequences of our environmental mismanagement are getting scarier and scarier.
An even scarier scenario was presented by Michael Schlesinger of the University of Illinois.
In a way, according to Times White House correspondent David Sanger, the nuclear threat is scarier today than it was during the Cold War when students hid under their desks during air-raid drills.
After weighing two versions of "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events"--a scarier take closer to the tone of Daniel Handler's books and a more kid-friendly version that tested better with younger tykes and their mothers--execs have opted for the more child-friendly version.
The numbers seem scarier than they are, but they still should be trimmed down because you want to have the ability to drop rates for the next recession or downturn," Gabriel said.
Scarier still is the Sarbanes-Oxley fine a corporate officer who knowingly signs a false financial report faces: up to $1 million and as many as 10 years in prison.
The Invisible Machine was an even scarier examination of American arms research linked to a number of supernatural events in Canada's easternmost province.
Using hallucinogens is scarier than using dissociative drugs.
To make the situation scarier, much of this change is being implemented by bureaucratic stealth and with as little public comment as possible.
Bush still looks like a smirk after 9/11 and is all the scarier for it.
FANS of the film Misery can expect an even scarier stage adaptation at Rugby Theatre.
He contends the prospect of countries' demanding debt restructuring for bonds is much scarier for investors than the default by tiny, tattered Ecuador.
It is nature's way of making animals look scarier and bigger to their enemies.