What I am doing is a fate worse than death
, things that no one would expect to happen to these guys at all," the Telegraph quoted Morrison as telling Comic Book Resources.
His reply, which one expects nowadays, suggested that I was old and inferred that my parents had never married, while, at the same time, offering me a fate worse than death
Alzheimer's is one of the worst afflictions that can affect humankind - it's victims receive a fate worse than death
, forgetting who they are and who everyone they love and care for's very faces-something no one would wish on their worst enemy.
But Ian Beale's unconscious kid Peter suffered a fate worse than death
as Phil administered the kiss of life.
In my brother's view, it was a fate worse than death
to have his mental problems exposed to public view.
Because in Hollywood, obscurity is a fate worse than death
Having driven two hours to a spectacular party thrown by Michael and Anita O'Leary to celebrate War Of Attrition's Gold Cup, they found themselves sitting next to the sole Englishman among 250 guests and, fate worse than death
, the Englishman was me
However, the specter of aesthetic and political nullification, inadvertently conjured up by a favorable review of this exhibition published in the fashion magazine Brigitte, may be the real fate worse than death
Its emotional effects tend not to be lingered on, as that would hinder action instead of promoting it, and the only fate worse than death
in contemporary Hollywood-think is stasis, the suspension of interest caused by even the slightest lapse in action.
British Intelligence places him in the worst school situation ever, isolated in the Alps above Grenoble, where he is threatened by a fate worse than death
(well, death after the students in biology class dissect him while he is still alive, without anesthetic).
As I have said before, that really would be a fate worse than death
for Safeway, its employees and many of its suppliers.
But leaving the planning to the state may be a fate worse than death
These personality changes can often be a fate worse than death
for families: "deprived of the comforting rituals that society has devised for mourning the death of someone close, they may have to create their own to mourn the loss of those parts of the personality that can't be regained" (p.
My story isn't unique; it's representative of the way our society tells us that "disability is a fate worse than death
Suspicion about same-sex marriage is not in short supply, particularly among the most left-leaning lesbians, who criticize all marriage as a patriarchal nightmare, and among the usual band of libertine suspects to whom settling down is a fate worse than death