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  1. And in Emily’s case, outrage.
  2. But his outrage, his jealousy?
  3. There was no more outrage in him.
  4. Con couldn't contain his outrage.
  5. Moral outrage can be expensive.
  6. And the outrage continues to grow.
  7. The gratuitous outrage appalled her.
  8. Barron smiled faintly in his outrage.
  9. Cyrellius cried out in outrage, as.
  10. This is an outrage, cried Jetsam.
  11. That’s an outrage, hissed Bosco.
  12. Shock and numb outrage filled the town.
  13. He growled in outrage, but it was Set’s.
  14. It’s a posture of outrage, hands on hips.
  15. You’re behind this outrage? she said.
  16. One feels the God through the greater outrage.
  17. The man in the suit glared at her with outrage.
  18. Doyle said I heard that! in mock outrage.
  19. A strange brutal outrage, Lizaveta Nikolaevna.
  20. Cries of outrage came from everybody in the room.
  21. Her outrage at this wanton vandalism turned to.
  22. The news outrage industry was having a field day.
  23. He could hear their growls and snarls of outrage.
  24. The rule is to achieve an outrage noise and speed.
  25. That is as maybe, but it is still a flaming outrage.
  26. An outrage to Nature helps to extinguish his light.
  27. It has no right to outrage the principle of justice.
  28. Nancy looked at him with outrage and a little bit of.
  29. Do the wrongs of this nation end with this outrage? No.
  30. Its design was an outrage, shouted the local residents.
  31. But her lip trembled slightly with a sense of outrage.
  32. She felt outrage when she understood what was going on.
  33. Set roared with outrage, but the avatar began to shrink.
  34. This, if you like, was an outrage, she said to herself.
  35. Not after my father’s cry of outrage at the ceremony.
  36. Where is the outrage? Where is the anger? Where are the.
  37. The subsequent media storm caused international outrage.
  38. The sphinx growled in outrage as it tried to free itself.
  39. A news-bill at the entrance announced Kensington Outrage.
  40. Her face was wild with outrage, her eyes tiny black beads.
  41. There was never any outrage at the thought, and I was not.
  42. Fortunately, the nose quickly adjusts to almost any outrage.
  43. So with a raucous squawk of outrage, Edwin charged at Katya.
  44. A howl of outrage, pure anger and the need to hurt something.
  45. This outrage happens every year between the 3rd and 11th July.
  46. She had to stop this outrage, before it hurtled into tragedy.
  47. This shocking image caused international repulsion and outrage.
  48. That’s an outrage, thundered Colonel Aureliano Buendía.
  49. Where the fuck are their parents? Where is their outrage? Where.
  50. It is amazing how the voters in this country express outrage at.
  51. Many of the liberal Yankee newspapers had declared it an outrage.
  52. The big beast could commit some outrage in the bishop's deer park.
  53. Oh, you think that’s what this is? Ava screamed in outrage.
  54. This triggered a louder roar from the assembly, this one of outrage.
  55. But reality tempers you, and thinking about it reduces the outrage.
  56. After months of outrage about the conduct of the four Mounties who.
  57. We hit the blogs with outrage, rather than the streets with rampage.
  58. As reported, after months of outrage about the conduct of the four.
  59. I could, previously to the deciding outrage, have considered myself as.
  60. Tears of outrage, frustration, and emotional pain flowed down his face.
  61. She roared in outrage and dropped the corpse she held between her teeth.
  62. She was far too much a lady to have uttered such a despicable an outrage.
  63. This old routine had never failed when he wanted to outrage a schoolmate.
  64. Shi Chen could not endure this outrage anymore and he walked besides Guo.
  65. There was outrage round the world and all the talk shows covered the case.
  66. Harvey showered down the rest of the pebbles to the dog's howls of outrage.
  67. I don’t remember the actual interview, just our mom’s outrage over it.
  68. This is an outrage! the man scoffed, his voice resonating over the TV.
  69. But even a sinner could tell the difference between justice and an outrage.
  70. She was full of sorrow and outrage, when she finished, she turned her head.
  71. You agreed? It was weird hearing Tyrone’s outrage through their link.
  72. In their determination to convince the public and stir public outrage, they.
  73. It's an all-fired outrage to tell any human creature that he's bound to hell.
  74. The organizer of Saturday's outrage was Brian Beker, leader of the Liberation.
  75. The goddess looked at Annabeth and her expression changed to concern and outrage.
  76. I wished their outrage extended to the Taliban’s banning of girls’ education.
  77. This is an outrage! Terese snapped, to which Keljar replied, I warned you.
  78. Johnny opened his mouth and his scarecrow hairline contracted back in mock outrage.
  79. The publicity, the lawyers, the general outrage at my sickly little personal sins.
  80. Sheriffs trace nearly every crime and outrage to the white, not to the Indian race.
  81. The persistence of poverty is an outrage and the toughest challenge of globalization.
  82. Everard,--that was an outrage, that about sexual allurements; just simply an outrage.
  83. This is an outrage, he harangued, pummeling the desk with the palm of his hand.
  84. Truong Chinh listened to this with growing outrage, finally exploding in indignation.
  85. She couldn’t pretend any longer that disbelief or outrage would get her out of this.
  86. Democracy? Far too few voices are raised! Where is the concern, the outrage, over the.
  87. Grace looked at him surprisingly, taken aback by his outrage, but her young eyes were.
  88. Where is the outrage? People just accept the enormous advantages of the rich over the.
  89. Hench caught sight of the ferocious outrage on Runt’s face, and decided that a bit of.
  90. The perpetrators of this outrage had doubtless made their escape before the house stirred.
  91. This is an outrage! Huss said, waving his long finger in the Police captain’s face.
  92. Akenji’s look of outrage as Brandela spoke her next words and wished she could disappear.
  93. Can’t you see the outrage out there? We have elections of six major states in two months.
  94. Kill all of the creatures, he shouted, face all stiff and wooden with anger and outrage.
  95. All that would result, would be that the bad would oppress and outrage the good with impunity.
  96. Darren's moral outrage sputtered a bit, then flared up again when he thought of new objections.
  97. You’ve been listening to the Klan outrage stories of your Scallawag and Carpetbagger friends.
  98. Their outrage and confusion derailed their plans for a moment, but we were running out of time.
  99. He attacked his opponent with the energy of outrage, despite being forced to fight left-handed.
  100. I tried to put my outrage into my stare, but she didn’t seem interested in what I was feeling.
  1. Why take prisoners? It’s chivalry! The French have destroyed my home and are on their way to destroy Moscow, they have outraged and are outraging me every moment.
  2. How was he to avenge the one without outraging the other? It was impossible for him to insult his grandfather and it was equally impossible for him to leave his father unavenged.
  1. I was outraged at my arrest.
  2. Mayhew seemed just as outraged.
  3. Carrie turned to him, outraged.
  4. A startled and outraged Teekra.
  5. Outraged, I was hurting with him.
  6. I should have been more outraged.
  7. PETA was outraged and wanted old.
  8. He seemed impressed, not outraged.
  9. She looked concerned, then outraged.
  10. They were outraged by its obviousness.
  11. My father looked stunned, then outraged.
  12. How is it that you are not outraged?
  13. We are not outraged by different ways of.
  14. My father said nothing but he was outraged.
  15. He was outraged that his younger brother.
  16. It was an ambush and I felt outraged by it.
  17. All very nice? she repeated, outraged.
  18. Rafa looked momentarily shocked and outraged.
  19. Pitying for others, but I only felt outraged.
  20. She was instantly outraged, her eyes burning.
  21. Annie would be outraged and horrified at the.
  22. The young lad was outraged at this miscarriage of.
  23. But my voice was louder, more shocked, more outraged.
  24. No! Halfshaft protested, not a little outraged.
  25. The morning’s events at the church had outraged him.
  26. Bernadette, outraged that such behaviour was not only.
  27. Ma-mom was outraged that the extended family had not.
  28. She had recovered enough to be outraged at the violation.
  29. You know what it did? It said he got absolutely outraged.
  30. Ooh – you never picked one! Caris said, outraged.
  31. I was so outraged at the killer’s audacity I was shaking.
  32. Alec Davis had outraged his mind and soul and had found it.
  33. Ellen was extremely annoyed by it, but Matthew was outraged.
  34. Getting outraged about the scrol was more manageable for her.
  35. Outraged, Rendall said, I thought you knew what you were.
  36. Godwyn looked outraged, but Bishop Richard smothered a smile.
  37. Her hands struggled up, pushing him away in outraged modesty.
  38. That kid says we was Okies, he said in an outraged voice.
  39. Forgive me? Claire was so outraged that her voice trilled.
  40. His gaze met all of theirs, and lingered on the outraged Killian.
  41. He was however outraged that Daniel would force me to lie to Jesse.
  42. It was nothing like the kiss she had given to her outraged client.
  43. Outraged and near tears, Christina glared into her mother’s eyes.
  44. Greta tried to keep the hurt off her face that he wasn’t outraged.
  45. Rosa is outraged when Robert tells her about the incident in the car.
  46. Outraged, she put in 1600 Essex on trial, he was found guilty, and.
  47. Holm was devastated, and many of her fellow athletes were outraged.
  48. After a few months her outraged parents had forbidden her to see him.
  49. Outraged morality, and still more outraged taste, is often relentless.
  50. Between them, Scarlett and Rhett had outraged every tenet of this code.
  51. No wonder, animal activists are outraged by the existence of this sport.
  52. Why was he so outraged when this could be the answer to his problems?
  53. HOW STUPID CAN YOU BE?! was the outraged reply in the minds of all.
  54. Skeet was bruised and outraged and all that, but who gives a rat’s ass.
  55. The straight-laced correspondent was outraged at the idea and refused to.
  56. Bengali speaking people were outraged by this division of their province.
  57. Darren managed to console his own outraged conscience with this last fact.
  58. Krista gasped loudly and cried out, Sebastian! in an outraged voice.
  59. Zolgnath and the Drystyx Monks were outraged at the dwarf’s use of magic.
  60. But when Hulagu crushed Baghdad in early 1258 the Muslim Berke was outraged.
  61. Knowing that she should be outraged, she still found herself grinning at him.
  62. He'll be back in a minute, won't you, she added, turning to the outraged Miles.
  63. The gods and goddesses stole glances at one another, some content, others outraged.
  64. Drenched, outraged athletes and police cadets stormed into the building hollering.
  65. But if the outraged citizens band together to keep the peace, that’s their affair.
  66. John Hinckley was reportedly outraged when Jodie Foster came out as a lesbian in 2013.
  67. We are outraged at the doctors that kept prescribing the poison to us month after month.
  68. She felt as if she had been outraged and robbed, and that Captain Crewe and Sara and Mr.
  69. The king of Ophir leaped up with a scream of outraged fury, groping for his slender sword.
  70. The Vichy government was outraged and ordered immediate reprisals against their former ally.
  71. Jones was outraged a little later when the price of Coca-Cola went up from one to two frogs.
  72. Editorials and TV coverage of the outraged parents have been running twenty-four/seven….
  73. The indifference that could sleep while her outraged husband was looking for her revolted him.
  74. Wilhelm shook his head angrily, I am outraged by this, and we should not be in this position.
  75. His manhood was outraged; his kindness, his patience, his affection were forgotten and spurned.
  76. Thomas beckoned again, and the process was repeated: another whisper, another outraged reaction.
  77. He will not stay! roared Detroit, outraged that this curly haired boy was calling the shots.
  78. Stainwright pinched her thigh hard, outraged that she had tried to put him on the defensive (but.
  79. The rich guild members were outraged that such a sight could be seen on their newly cobbled roads.
  80. Curran, feigning fear of an outraged KGB, had insisted on tagging along with Travis to Port Hardy.
  81. How dare you suggest that I could be related to this stinking red turd? Ubadah was outraged.
  82. I became so disgusted and outraged with their perverted ritual practice that had defiled this church.
  83. Sir, MacDonald said, outraged, We are the Knights of the Golden Orbs, and damned proud of it.
  84. Outraged by insignificant matters, yet remaining unmoved and cold by what would upset a normal person.
  85. When news hit the US of the insurgents' call for a US takeover of Texas, many Americans were outraged.
  86. It’s a good thing the company flew us business class or else I think Jesse would’ve been outraged.
  87. Then Balthus forgot his exasperation as his ears were outraged by the most frightful cry he had ever heard.
  88. My youthful what?!!! Emeroth exclaimed, caught between being surprised, flattered, and newly outraged.
  89. Consequently, an outraged panel of ministers from the stage asked their men to chase me out from the public.
  90. Have i finally given you enough information for you to become outraged at what these undead things do to us?
  91. Dana and Missy's family is soon summoned to appear in court that same day also! They are all outraged by it!.
  92. Those outraged cries rekindled at once the revolutionary fervor, which had quieted down somewhat in the evening.
  93. The church would be so outraged that every cleric in the land would oppose our ruling, regardless of its merits.
  94. Princess Solvi -- furious, insulted and outraged by the rejection -- did not ever communicate with Halfdan again.
  95. Have i finally given you enough information for you to become outraged at what these undead things have done to us?
  96. She could not avoid seeing him again, but the outraged Charlie took care that it should not be at very close quarters.
  97. The outraged look on the Iranian woman’s face was nearly priceless, while the youngest woman barely kept in a chuckle.
  98. There was the squawk of an outraged hen, a burst of red feathers, and the hen ran off, flapping stubby wings for speed.
  99. He spanked her resoundingly, and she, recognizing this as merely another expression of admiration, did not feel outraged.
  100. Have i finally given you enough information for you to become outraged at what these undead things are still doing to us?
  1. They heightened over negro outrages.
  2. It is you who is behind these outrages.
  3. The degree of the punishment outrages al ideas of.
  4. Such an idea by itself is outrages because the stream of photons reduce in space.
  5. The massacre at My Lai was one of the most horrifying outrages of the US-Vietnam War.
  6. Such an idea by itself is outrages because the stream of photons reduce in space to.
  7. In Africa a whole series of outrages are committed against the almost unarmed inhabitants.
  8. According to mind creativity, one can argue there is potentional differences almost outrages.
  9. I was filled with admiration that you haven’t let any of the outrages committed against.
  10. The partition of Poland is a theorem of which all present political outrages are the corollaries.
  11. It would, at the same time, add means and facilities to the aggressing nation to multiply her outrages.
  12. I allude to the repeated recital of British outrages, the bombardment of Copenhagen, and the attack on Constantinople.
  13. These are they, who hold in so keen remembrance the outrages of the British armies, from which many of them were deserters.
  14. But the outrages and injuries of England, bred up in the principles of the Revolution, he could never palliate, much less defend them.
  15. My daily vows rose for revenge—a deep and deadly revenge, such as would alone compensate for the outrages and anguish I had endured.
  16. Well, she replied, they tell terrible stories at home about the outrages committed upon helpless men and women by your rebel.
  17. This miserable man, imbecile and drunk with power, outrages in this utterance everything that can be sacred for a man of the modern world.
  18. Yesterday I was almost willing to accept Van Helsing's monstrous ideas, but now they seem to start out lurid before me as outrages on common sense.
  19. All these outrages and violations of law, it is believed, were not only approved by the editor of the before-named paper, but other Federal papers also.
  20. No appeared before Congress and told of white outrages against negroes, of Georgia’s Georgian wanted trouble with the negroes and they tried to avoid trouble.
  21. The degree of the punishment outrages all ideas of proportion between guilt and punishment, and the number of the victims shocks all feelings of humanity or mercy.
  22. And as to the power of France, I fear it as little as any other power; I would oppose her aggressions, under any circumstances, as soon as I would British outrages.
  23. Meantime, my soldiers man the walls of the city, and I have warned him that he will answer for any outrages perpetrated on the villagers or shepherds by his mercenaries.
  24. It was never maintained, that the Orders in Council rendered war more just than many other outrages, though they went farther to prove its expediency, and even necessity.
  25. How comes he in the ranks against us, with his tomahawk and scalping knife? Why is he impelled to shed our blood? Why has the gentleman shielded British instigation of their outrages?
  26. Annoyed by the outrages of the regular army, General José Raquel Moncada used his political influence, put on his uniform again, and assumed the civil and mili-tary leadership of Macondo.
  27. O most holy trinity, father, son and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifferences by which He is offended.
  28. The President, soon after the commission of those outrages, issued his proclamation, interdicting the entrance of the waters of the United States to the public armed vessels of Great Britain.
  29. They may close their eyes and try to silence their consciences, but neither those who commit such outrages, nor those who order them, can longer fail to discern the significance of their acts.
  30. Its outrages were usually preceded by a warning sent to the marked man in some fantastic but generally recognised shape—a sprig of oak-leaves in some parts, melon seeds or orange pips in others.
  31. By this means the Government of the United States has exercised itself to procure relinquishment of outrages and violation of our neutral rights; but as often have all its efforts proved unavailing.
  32. I will venture to say, that our hatred of the British Government is not commensurate with her depredations and her outrages on our rights, or we should have waged a deadly war against her many years past.
  33. Speaker, I will end the black catalogue of iniquitous outrages and restrictions upon neutral commerce—restrictions which are acknowledged to depend for their support upon no other ground than that of retaliation.
  34. And now for another, which is special, and practised upon soldiers and police, the instruments by whose agency outrages and murders, necessary for the support and maintenance of the existing order, are accomplished.
  35. It was the large number of outrages on women and the ever-present fear for the safety of their wives and daughters that drove Southern men to cold and trembling fury and caused the Ku Klux Klan to spring up overnight.
  36. I need not call into view the unlawfulness of the practice by which our mariners are forced, at the will of every cruising officer, from their own vessels into foreign ones, nor paint the outrages inseparable from it.
  37. It saddens me to think of any soul, even a pagan one, sinking to the hell-horrors your letter vividly described; but cruel Rothbod, surely, is due little pity from any Christian, considering his many outrages against us.
  38. Any sudden check to our commerce, whether produced by our own municipal regulations, or the outrages of foreign powers, checks the market and the price of produce; so that not only the merchants, but the farmers feel its effects.
  39. As for the negroes, their new importance went to their heads, and, negro rule, the future seemed dark and hopeless, and the embittered state smarted and realizing that they had the Yankee Army behind them, their outrages increased.
  40. As certain muscles automatically relaxed to enable him to be seated, his stunned sense of propriety recovered consciousness enough to enable him to decide that of all outrages ever perpetrated on a gentleman, this last was the worst.
  41. I advance the opinion with confidence, that no principle which, in its practical effects, outrages the common sense and feelings of mankind, can be a sound one, and we ought to examine it well, and hesitate much before we give our assent.
  42. So perfect was the organisation of the society, and so systematic its methods, that there is hardly a case upon record where any man succeeded in braving it with impunity, or in which any of its outrages were traced home to the perpetrators.
  43. Resolved, That the President be requested to lay before this House the information he has received on that subject, and the measures taken to redress an evil which violates the rights and interests, and outrages the feelings of a free and independent people.
  44. Scarcely enough men were left in the marches to guard the frontier, and hearing of Pictish outrages in their homelands, whole Bossonian regiments quit the Nemedian campaign and marched to the western frontier, where they defeated the dark-skinned invaders in a great battle.
  45. The embargo was severely felt by Great Britain while in force, every article which they had been accustomed to receive from us rose immediately in price, and I am confident that had it been continued and executed, full satisfaction would have been given by Britain for the various outrages which had been committed on our honor and independence.
  46. He called upon the House to reflect whether they were not about to abandon all reclamation for the unparalleled outrages, "insults and injuries" of the French Government, to give up our claim for plundered millions; and asked what reparation or atonement they could expect to obtain in hours of future dalliance, after they should have made a tender of their person to this great deflowerer of the virginity of republics.
  47. It was confidently expected that some explanation, at least of these outrages, would be contained in his portmanteau; that under his powder-puff, or in his snuff box, some dust would be found to throw into the eyes of the American people, which might so far blind the sense, as to induce them to acquiesce in the enforcement of the non-intercourse, without any very scrupulous scrutiny into the performance of the conditions by Bonaparte.
  48. A long series of injurious acts, the offspring of new and (if possible) more atrocious principles than what constituted the pretended ground of former outrages, were pressed with accumulating weight into the train of former outrages, insomuch that those which followed after, taken along with those which had preceded, made up a combined system which threatened to sweep from the ocean almost every particle of canvas, and all the floating property of this great Republic.
  49. If this were not her object, why such a continued system of illegitimate blockades? Why so many vexatious restrictions upon neutral trade, tending to destroy competition on our part in the continental markets? I might trace the scheme a little further back, and ask, whence the outrages? the orders of June and November, 1793, which produced Jay's treaty? A treaty which I am sorry to say, did not guarantee to us mutual and reciprocal rights, and which was no sooner ratified than violated by British perfidy.
  50. Having presented this view of the relations of the United States with Great Britain, and of the solemn alternative growing out of them, I proceed to remark, that the communications last made to Congress on the subject of our relations with France, will have shown, that since the revocation of her decrees, as they violated the neutral rights of the United States, her Government has authorized illegal captures by its privateers and public ships; and that other outrages have been practised on our vessels and our citizens.
  51. Partly because certain persons expressed reluctance to take a part in the affair; because a lady passenger and others showed their indignation at a railway station; because one of the colonels whose regiment was summoned to reduce the peasants to obedience declared that soldiers are not executioners,—because of these and other apparently trifling influences the affair took on a different aspect, and the troops, on arriving, did not commit outrages, but contented themselves with cutting down the trees and sending them to the landowner.
  52. I must return to Porcupine's paper,[33] which, as well as I now recollect, never contained a sentence in favor of the Revolution, or much in praise of the constitution, if it was praised at all; no outrage was committed which it did not approbate; a few of the outrages of that time shall be stated: The Rogue's March was played under the window of the man who drew the Declaration of Independence, The man who first took up arms after the fall of Charleston, and whose body had been almost riddled in defence of his country, was a member of Congress, and was insulted at the circus.
  53. Those who possess large estates and large capital, or who receive high salaries collected from the needy working-classes, from the people who often lack the necessaries of life; merchants, clerks, doctors, lawyers, artists, scientists, writers, coachmen, cooks, and valets, who earn their living in the service of rich men,—fondly believe that the privileges which they enjoy are not the outcome of violence, but the natural result of a voluntary interchange of services; that these privileges are by no means the result of the outrages and floggings endured by their fellow-men, such as took place last summer, in Russia, in Orel and elsewhere, as the like took place in many parts of Europe and America.
  54. When asked what was the object of so many murders and scandals and dastardly outrages, he answered with feverish haste that it was with the idea of systematically undermining the foundations, systematically destroying society and all principles; with the idea of nonplussing every one and making hay of everything, and then, when society was tottering, sick and out of joint, cynical and sceptical though filled with an intense eagerness for self-preservation and for some guiding idea, suddenly to seize it in their hands, raising the standard of revolt and relying on a complete network of quintets, which were actively, meanwhile, gathering recruits and seeking out the weak spots which could be attacked.
  55. The whole civilized world is a spectator in the discussion of this resolution; and all the civilized nations in the world are and will be anxiously desirous to know, whether the United States of America, after having hitherto, with impunity, suffered all the aggressions of Great Britain, and after having suffered Great Britain, with impunity, to impress thousands of their seamen, and retain them on board of their armed ships and vessels, and compelling them to fight against nations with whom the United States are at peace; after having suffered Great Britain, with impunity, to murder their citizens, and after having suffered Great Britain with impunity to attack their sovereignty, in case of the Chesapeake frigate, will, after all these outrages and hostile acts, tamely, meekly, and patiently, submit and bow down to the lowest degree of debased degradation, and suffer Francis J.
  56. The curate was known to another curate who walked in the procession, and their recognition of one another set at rest the apprehensions of both parties; the first then told the other in two words who Don Quixote was, and he and the whole troop of penitents went to see if the poor gentleman was dead, and heard Sancho Panza saying, with tears in his eyes, "Oh flower of chivalry, that with one blow of a stick hast ended the course of thy well-spent life! Oh pride of thy race, honour and glory of all La Mancha, nay, of all the world, that for want of thee will be full of evil-doers, no longer in fear of punishment for their misdeeds! Oh thou, generous above all the Alexanders, since for only eight months of service thou hast given me the best island the sea girds or surrounds! Humble with the proud, haughty with the humble, encounterer of dangers, endurer of outrages, enamoured without reason, imitator of the good, scourge of the wicked, enemy of the mean, in short, knight-errant, which is all that can be said!".

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