He had not drunk from the Forbidden Fountain and all his former rage against
Ozma and Dorothy now inflamed him as fiercely as ever.
So her schemes always went for nothing, and she laid them aside in impotent rage against
the fates, and against herself for playing the fool on that fatal September day in not providing herself with a witness for use in the day when such a thing might be needed for the appeasing of her vengeance-hungry heart.
To wit, that this dreadful matter brought from these downtrodden people no outburst of rage against
Philip felt that there was nothing to be said, he could only go; and as he walked away wearily, for he had been up most of the night, his heart was filled with rage against
the cruelty of the world.
The roar that was intended to paralyze the deer broke horribly from the deep throat of the great cat--an angry roar of rage against
the meddling Sheeta who had robbed him of his kill, and the charge that was intended for Bara was launched against the panther; but here too Numa was doomed to disappointment, for with the first notes of his fearsome roar Sheeta, considering well the better part of valor, leaped into a near-by tree.
For some unaccountable reason my rage against
the girl for her ingratitude rose to colossal proportions.
Here I am, my dear sir," said he, "stay your hand therefore, and tell your father, or he will kill me in his rage against
the suitors for having wasted his substance and been so foolishly disrespectful to yourself.
Norman of Torn made no reply, his thoughts were in wild confusion, and it was with difficulty that he hid the fierce anxiety of his heart or his rage against
the perpetrators of this dastardly act which tore his whole being.
He came running up to the two Ajaxes and said, "I have sent Antilochus to the ships to tell Achilles, but rage against
Hector as he may, he cannot come, for he cannot fight without armour.
See how they storm and rage against
the gate, while some rear ladders, and others, line after line, sweep the walls with their arrows.
Of course he was delighted to get hold of someone upon whom to vent his rage against
things in general.
If they were clever people, those Shropshire Crawleys, they might have it all, I think; but the Shropshire Crawley is a clergyman like his Hampshire cousin, and mortally offended Miss Crawley (who had fled thither in a fit of rage against
her impracticable brethren) by some strait-laced notions of morality.
In an instant he seemed to have forgotten his rage against
the enemies of his friend; but such is the mind of an ape.
Official Charts Company managing director Martin Talbot said: "Congratulations to Rage Against
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Beaming Joe - neck and neck with US rockers Rage Against
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