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Similarly it has been granted by Almighty God to Malay subjects that they shall never be disloyal or treacherous to their rulers, even if their rulers behave evilly or inflict upon them (29) Honor, its profound levels of reciprocity, and its associated demonstration of prowess consistently characterize other accounts in the rest of the Sejarah.
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These powerful Lords with their magnificent courts and poet-scholars, seeing themselves in danger, set on foot that campaign to discredit the Pope and his relatives, a campaign which grew steadily more intense as they lost their hold on all that they had so evilly acquired.
"Well, go wake her," I said evilly. "Tell her to bring you over."
Only rarely does the camera pull back for a medium shot, while long shots are deployed almost exclusively for rare views of the ravaged power plant (rendered via visual effects) smoldering evilly in the distance.
The narrator opens his retrospective account by confessing, "I have an odd craving to whisper about those few frightful hours in that ill-rumoured and evilly shadowed seaport of death and blasphemous abnormality.
The alludes in his own voice to Upham's "evilly meant designs" (I:356) and to his father's representation of him in the figure of Judge Pyncheon in The House of the Seven Gables.
And I would ask you that you condescend to journey to me and heal my sickness because I am evilly afflicted.
In "Kaddish," we can see Ginsberg's feelings of horror about his mother: "Naomi, Naomi--sweating, bulge-eyed, fat, the dress unbuttoned at one side--hair over brow, her stocking hanging evilly on her legs--screaming for a blood transfusion--one righteous hand upraised--a shoe in it--barefoot in the Pharmacy--" (1984a, 215).
But besides those who act evilly coexist those who know what is happening, do not act and do not challenge the evil doer.
He drank too much and in the end it killed him, not necessarily of itself but of a weakness it introduced, evilly installed like an accident waiting to happen, ready to rush him off into the night whether he went gently or otherwise.
Something about the scene reminded me of the strange and disturbing Asian paintings of Nicholas Roerich, (12) and of the still stranger and more disturbing descriptions of the evilly fabled plateau of Leng which occur in the dreaded Necronomicon of the mad Arab Abdul Alhazred.
Mark Beesley got the goals in the 28th and 63rd minutes, which made Cambridge joint leaders on points in the division, as he linked superbly in a mobile front line with Lee Mc Evilly and Chris Holdroyd.
(10) Noting that the government was autocratic and hence likely to have many enemies, Fielding-Hall explained that Britain's newspapers were consequently full of 'the tales of spies whose only concern was to speak evilly'.
So why has this evilly effective substance not managed to ferment another civil war despite a steadily increasing number of added irritants?