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full of or marked by extreme anger

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vehemently incensed and condemnatory

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In opening those stories up to those who cannot accept the theological claims often accompanying them, Kuijer transforms the book of Genesis from a story about a distant, jealous, and wrathful God into a very human one about how uncertainty (or lack thereof) shapes the way we view the world.
Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz journey to the Egyptian desert, where they accidentally awaken a wrathful mummy.
Oates skillfully revisits the familiar terrain of a woman who marries a confident, powerful and domineering man, who is publicly genial, but saves his hidden, wrathful side for his poor dominated wife.
Woe to pregnant women and nursing mothers in those days, for a terrible calamity will come upon the earth and a wrathful judgment upon this people.
Yet Tsai, appearing wrathful, voiced harsh words that tried to belittle the meeting and exposed her support for 'Taiwan Independence.
The dancers representing wrathful deities and performing subjugation dances such as the Black Hat dance, the Tshogling or the Tungam (see figure 1) are usually monks and they wear a heavy and elaborate brocade gown with kimono-like sleeves.
Incredibly, Jim is reanimated by a sorcerer in a technologically modified body that he now shares with an ancient, wrathful entity named Ninip.
Although some dialogue between the angels Lucifer and Michael is artistic interpretation, much of the text is directly from Scripture, including God's wrathful judgment upon Adam and Eve: "Cursed are you above all livestock and all wild animals
The 57-year-old dramatises each sin while wildlife footage illustrates the same behaviour in the animal kingdom - from envious lions to wrathful hippos - and scientists unpick the reasons this behaviour is, in fact, a survival mechanism.
Instead of being disappointed, even wrathful, if no one asks relevant questions, the online teacher should plan for interaction by seeding questions, using chat areas for small group discussions, and developing strategies that tease out interaction.
Opposite-sex marriage hasn't collapsed, and the apocalypse hasn't been ushered in by a wrathful god.
While many 'End Time' fanatics dwell upon the wrathful elements found within the prophecies, the book "End Times 5775" concentrates on the Archangel Michael and the battle that has been raged with the dragon of old.
Predictably, a small storm ensued, with a settler organization filing a complaint accusing Oz of incitement to racism and Israeli media talking about little but the famed author's wrathful words.
Chapter one on divine councils and apocalyptic myth surveys councils of the sky father with either a mentor god or a wrathful god, the first exemplified in, among others, the divine council that opens the Odyssey, the council of El and Baal in the Ugaritic Aqhat, and Enkidu's dream of a divine council in Gil-gamesh.
John Steinbeck, if you recall, wrote of the Grapes Of Wrath, and I know that hangovers have been described as the wrath of grapes, so one presumably can have wrathful grapes, but I do not think I have ever seen a reference to a beautiful grape.