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Baleful numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. His eyes were baleful and cold.
  2. He stared at me with a baleful look.
  3. Bud regarded Frank with a baleful stare.
  4. Smythe regarded Frank with a baleful eye.
  5. Nevertheless, the effect on Mercer was baleful.

  6. A more baleful fire glittered bluely in his eyes.
  7. Samantha eyed Ellie for a moment with baleful eyes.
  8. His old friend Nelson regarded him with a baleful look.
  9. He came towards me then with baleful death in his eyes.
  10. Joe gave Monty baleful glances but left him and the group alone.
  11. His face set hard, and a baleful light sprang up in his grey eyes.
  12. The firelight gleamed redly on his steel mail, on his baleful eyes.
  13. A baleful face dropped to the bowl of oats, jelly-trembling in her lap.
  14. The headmaster’s baleful glare conveyed his disbelief better than words.
  15. She crouched, watching her captor with eyes baleful as those of a basilisk.

  16. But at least I was able to think clearly now that the baleful eyes were off me.
  17. What else would they have done? Mary gave the tub of water a baleful glance.
  18. Its head was turned to regard him with a single, huge, spherical, and baleful eye.
  19. Bhuloka’s stars and planets yielded baleful amplitudes, which fattened that globe.
  20. There are sudden revelations which one cannot bear, and which intoxicate like baleful wine.
  21. Archibald edged closer to the cage bars, shrinking back from the papery skin and pallid, baleful glare.
  22. She scanned the rockscape below and bared her teeth in baleful exaltation---there she found it, her prey.
  23. He rose once again and turned to find a huge baleful face snorting in front of him, well some few metres above him.
  24. He curses beneath his breath, straightens his underwear and one of his eyes manages to fix us with a baleful stare.
  25. She indulged herself with a long, hard glare and Loofah trembled under the baleful force of her righteous indignation.

  26. Finally, he turned and gave Jacob, the servant who was supposed to be in charge of the other servants, a baleful glare.
  27. As the probe moved away, Torbin was wrenched back from his focus on it by Zardino who, with a baleful look, shook his head.
  28. One pirate screamed in an inhuman wail of anger and Captain Sally lifted her head with a baleful glare, What is it? She demanded.
  29. How long he crouched over the baleful thing, motionless as a statue, drinking the evil aura of it into his dark soul, not even the Stygian knew.
  30. But sliding down the ropes like baleful comets, the two Canallers rushed into the uproar, and sought to drag their man out of it towards the forecastle.
  31. He shrank down even lower on the wall, looking up in near supplication at the specteress’ baleful red eyes--red eyes that were looming closer and closer.
  32. That was when he noticed something he would never forget: the monstrous white head of the sea serpent bearing down on him, its baleful yellow eyes unblinking.
  33. The ‘liberals’ baleful but repetitive denunciatory charge against tax reductions, regardless of how many people benefit, is that they are tax cuts for the rich.
  34. On the contrary, the stop light shone like a baleful glowering eye, and maybe – what did Balder know? – August had felt threatened by the man on that pedestrian crossing.
  35. Unfortunately, some of the additions were excavated with less care than others,’ she sent a baleful stare to Ishbel before continuing, ‘and we are now reaping the problems.
  36. And then a light flashed out upon the darkness of the tower chamber, and there stood Sarkoja, her gleaming, baleful eyes fixed in a frenzy of loathing and contempt upon my mother.
  37. Watching it disappear around the corner, he felt himself smile with relief; for the dark danger of the hill was outside and inside the phone box he realised that he was far beyond its baleful reach.
  38. My rebirth requires a death from the ranks of the Light, and as the Augury has foretold, you have come to be offered to the Dark Lord as my sacrifice, that I might again willfully herald his baleful prophesy!.
  39. Subsequent European history witnesses the fragmentation of that whole attitude, indeed its suppression and dispersal, under the baleful influences of rationalism and modernity from the seventeenth century onwards.
  40. Her temper was too sweet for her to show any anger, but she felt that her happiness had received a bruise, and for several days merely to look at Fred made her cry a little as if he were the subject of some baleful prophecy.
  41. But when the occasion presented itself, there was suddenly seen to emerge from all this shadow, as from an ambuscade, a narrow and angular forehead, a baleful glance, a threatening chin, enormous hands, and a monstrous cudgel.
  42. Once a dark, clumsy tapir stared at us from a gap in the bushes, and then lumbered away through the forest; once, too, the yellow, sinuous form of a great puma whisked amid the brushwood, and its green, baleful eyes glared hatred at us over its tawny shoulder.
  43. This is the 'great mystery of godliness,’ and when this chief truth of living union to the Redeemer by the indwelling Spirit is obscured, the New Testament revelation is shorn of its beams, and casts over the creation but the baleful twilight of a solar eclipse.
  44. Yes, she was a poisonous weed; a baleful, fatal thing, not fit for great undertakings, not fit for a noble life, too foolish to depart successfully from the lines laid down for her by other people; wickedly careless; shamefully shortsighted; spoiling, ruining, everything she touched.
  45. More than twelve hundred years have now passed since the days of Boniface, and 'the horns,’ or civil Powers, have at length begun, according to the prediction, to 'hate the Whore’; but those baleful eyes of the Man of Sin still fascinate the nations with their soulconsuming beams.
  46. America and France both making war at the same time on Great Britain; we making the enemy of France our enemy, and this at the ill-fated moment when the all-grasping Emperor of that country is rolling a baleful cloud, charged with destruction, north upon the Russian Empire; upon a power always just to America; upon our truest and best friend in the European theatre.
  47. The poorest undead ghoul in Bosnia hiding inside Gabriel Princep’s body, merging with the most spoiled rotten the most powerful ghoul hiding inside in Kaiser Wilhelm’s body: creating an intense persona or overlaid charisma which everyone who comes in close contact with Hitler feels, resulting in the personality cult of Hitler as a demi-god, a superhuman personality… when it is the hidden poison of two opposite undead turds which makes his eyes shine with a baleful glare of intense power and evil.

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