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Do you believe copyright is as big of a deal as people make it out to be?

Nitro

Yes, unfortunately. Not following copyright laws can get you into big trouble, particularly financial. Imagine inventing something and making money on it only to find out that someone else has effectively named it by copyrighting and can then sue you, not just for your money, but for all future profits. It's a serious deal.

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Are you interested in philosophy?

Cafuné

I am indeed. Philosophy is a great subject for raising your critical awareness and I think it should be taught in all schools.

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What sorts of things do you find impressive?

Nitro

Selflessness. I find it so inspiring when people put themselves out there for other people.
I'm impressed when people battle against the odds to achieve their dreams. I’m also impressed when people turn around their lives after being in a bad place. Change in the face of adversity is never easy and these people who do amaze me.

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How long will you be in New York?

Stephen Ind

Approximately two weeks. I simply can't wait! I am in for the journey of a lifetime. l planned this trip my whole life.

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Are you going to visiting New York?

Stephen Ind

Yes, this summer. I'm overjoyed. l've been saving for four months.

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Lucas

‘That support has created a second scientific revolution, opening horizons beyond previous human experience.’
‘Interesting speakers have extended the knowledge and horizons of members.’
‘It's just that, I want to expand my horizons, meet new people, you know.’
‘Montaigne described these pieces as Essais and thus coined a new literary term, but he professed to have no interest in expanding literary horizons or in educating his readers.’
‘Some of them still had work, their lives were following a plan and a purpose, and their horizons, if not bright, were certainly visible.’
‘This means approaching artists, some of whom might never have gone outside of Soweto, with briefs, and encouraging them not only to expand their horizons but to meet deadlines for the completion of artworks.’
‘And learning the language of one's country is a very valuable and intellectual experience which broadens the horizons of the traveller, both inside and outside Scotland.’
‘The experience of work and travel will broaden horizons and may well open up totally new possibilities.’
‘For others, it's seen as a genuine adventure fuelled by the desire to broaden horizons and experience another culture.’
‘Cardiff is just the place to expand your culinary horizons, meet your canny Celtic cousins and do a little name-dropping.’
‘Jack is pleased with himself but there are a few clouds on the horizon.’
‘Today, the greatest threat of pandemic yet to appear in modern times is on the horizon.’
‘He added there were no major clouds on the horizon and no question of a housing market crash.’
‘But they foresee clouds on the horizon with fears of new taxes and a growing national debt.’
‘There are dark clouds on the horizon, but unfortunately they are not carrying rain.’
‘Big bucks loomed on the horizon; he would go back home to China a wealthy man.’
‘For economists, even when the sun is shining there's always a cloud on the horizon.’
‘The only cloud on the horizon has been the news that clinical trials in America may have to be pushed back.’
‘Across the world, conflicts over increasingly scarce water loom large on the horizon.’
‘Although the immediate signs are encouraging, there are dark clouds on the horizon.’

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‘An accountant at the ministry of culture in Paris, Michel is by turns passive, aggressive, affected, hormonal and simply disinterested.’
‘While I was hormonal and grumpy I hated him.’
‘In those days, at least, fourteen was the age where girls were their most hormonal, rebellious, sulky, moody and bitchy’
‘For myself, the best part was expanding my horizons and meeting people I wouldn't have otherwise.’
‘She has two daughters with him and accepts her fate in life until a skein of circumstances widens her horizons.’
‘For them we provide an international forum where they can widen their horizons and meet and interact with senior scholars in the field.’
‘Mankind is constantly striving to expand his horizons, to push back the boundaries of the unknown, and to challenge himself further and further.’
‘But the idea that children are little more than cannon fodder for the exam system is more likely to limit horizons and enthusiasm for learning than it is to turn out a generation of high-achievers.’
‘Now, Blackwell is expanding his horizons to satisfy an audience that he feels has been ignored.’
‘Their incomes are tiny, their horizons limited.’
‘Obtaining a certificate in forensic science will make them more suitable, attractive candidates, expand their horizons and broaden their knowledge.’
‘You never know what you can achieve if you don't give it a try and I don't want to limit my horizons.’
‘It limits our horizons, narrows our imaginations, and encourages an obsessive preoccupation on the personal and petty aspects of our lives.’

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Lucas

‘In doing so, he seems to have stirred up a hornets' nest.’
‘It is cynical, but I think they enjoy stirring up a hornets' nest.’
‘What you've done needed doing, but I'm thinking it's likely to be like kicking a hornets' nest when word of it gets out.’
‘Before I poke my stick into that little hornets' nest, I'm going to declare an interest in both sides.’
‘To push that theological line, however, is still to stir up a hornets' nest.’
‘Discount broker TD Waterhouse has stirred up a hornets' nest with the announcement that it will introduce margin trading into the UK.’
‘Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has stirred a real hornets' nest with his call to scrap the FA Academy system.’
‘Joseph E. Stiglitz whacked a hornets' nest in 2002 with the publication of Globalization and Its Discontents.’
‘The US has not only disturbed a hornets' nest; it keeps on poking it.’
‘Or, if the allegations are substantiated and he can deliver, then that stirs up a whole new hornets' nest.’
‘It may have been his hormones which improved his mood, as I watched him check her out constantly.’
‘And how can you trust your teenage opinion of people, when those opinions were being formed via rampaging hormones and juvenile mood swings?’
‘Follow these steps to keep your hormones in balance - and your hormone-induced mood swings to a minimum.’
‘It was not the scantily clad woman that disgusted Joel, but the effect his own hormones had on him.’
‘It is also influenced by her weight and by hormones.’
‘I need it to keep my hormones leveled out or I get the worst possible mood swings you can imagine.’

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‘Yeah, then we got all these amateurs horning into the field, and felony fashions just went down the toilet.’
‘Socialist Workers try to horn in on every hot issue and march, but it seems that other groups aren't as bothered by this as they used to be.’
‘Busily I raced around New York, horning in on investors' conferences, eager to meet a financial guru or an entrepreneur who could teach me something.’
‘Fark seems to be horning in on Something Awful's racket.’
‘A TV reporter was canned by WCBS yesterday after he shouted the F-word at two meddlers who horned in on his live shot.’
‘He considered her ‘interference ‘as horning in on HIS customer.’
‘I was doing that eons before this two-bit hustler started horning in on the action.’
‘When asked how he feels about TAAFI horning in on his still-developing territory, he is quick to brush away any suggested rivalry.’
‘Then Nelson and David Rockefeller horned their way in, and the spotlight moved to the Trilateral Commission.’
‘But things changed when digital cameras began horning in on film's turf.’
‘And never mind the people on the waiting list who were bumped off because someone else with more money horned his way in.’

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‘Unfortunately, in situations where one person is more ‘adventurous’ than the other, the adventurous one tends to get cast as overbearing and excessively horny.’
‘We normally only see each other on weekends, so by that time we're both pretty horny, but after the first ‘round,’ he needs to be almost pushed into a second or third time - even with a long break between!’
‘That being said, and if I were still a single, horny young man with not much else to do of a night, I'd strongly suggest that you find out more about French Current Affairs via the lovely Mélissa Theuriau.’
‘A picture of me wearing a Superman t-shirt, surrounded by horny college babes, wound up on the front page of the local newspaper.’
‘And, to be perfectly honest, any film where guys run around acting horny, taking off their clothes and playing stupid adolescent tricks on each other will get my concentrated attention.’
‘Sex and the City says we're all terribly lonely - and as if that's not bad enough, we're all terribly horny, too.’
‘When I did my parody, Red Sophia, I extrapolated that this poor, magnificent warrior woman was probably getting unbelievably horny waiting for someone to come along who could beat her.’
‘Maybe I just saw myself swimming in this crazy, desperate, horny, existential, urban, greedhead-frenzy sea of random bodies, and maybe the act of sitting at the bar and doodling for no reason was my little antidote for it.’
‘The scripts I get are always for the whore, or the motorcycle chick in leather, or the horny maid.’
‘Okay don't take this the wrong way, but girlfriend, if your horny male co-workers aren't taking the bait, then perhaps you should reconsider your self-image.’
‘It's been quite some time since I've been horny, and the sensation was both nice and frustrating.’
‘Being married to Carmen Electra doesn't stop you from being incredibly horny.’
‘I can't even imagine a theater anywhere throwing together a pairing of that sort; of a movie that could only be shown to horny adults and another that couldn't possibly interest that crowd.’
‘The show certainly isn't all about sex, but it's a very horny show,’ continued DeBoy.’
‘And it's packed with detail, too - crowds of moshing clubbers, roomfuls of half-cut horny partygoers, and more - none of which detracts from the important elements in each panel.’
‘Likewise, the girls reach for the music to express themselves in 26 songs - hot and bothered, horny or forlorn - that reignite the torches of Bessie Smith, Ida Cox and Billie Holiday.’
‘No matter how hot and horny they are, I just can't make myself care about the Barely Legal Teenage Girls, although they would probably make better company than my parents and my Aunt Margaret.’
‘There is only one bed in the apartment, a fact that further excites the already horny Kurono.’
‘It was easily the sexiest, most horny thing I have ever seen.’

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‘Anyway, the newspaper horoscope is alive and well and the really good news is that it appears to be adapting well to our high-tech times.’
‘That's why many otherwise reputable newspapers and magazines run horoscopes.’
‘This is one of the last major newspapers in the country not to publish a horoscope.’
‘The week he discovered her blog, the newspaper horoscope said he was destined to encounter love.’
‘I've started treating her articles in much the same way that I treat newspaper horoscopes: reading them results in a loss of 5 minutes of my life that I'll never get back.’
‘The thing I keep forgetting about all this exercise business is that no matter what my horoscope says, I am not a born athlete, unless bargain shopping is now being considered an Olympic sport.’
‘You are honestly the hardest sign to write a weekly horoscope for, Cancer.’
‘Sceptics in the media have always seen opinion polls as crooked: not as deceitful as horoscopes, but way short of the exacting standards met by the racing tipsters.’
‘This means that the people who are placing bets presumably are outsiders who are getting their predictions from newspaper articles, blogs, horoscopes, etc., and then placing bets.’
‘As described on line, the symptoms are as vague and all-encompassing as the advice proffered in newspaper horoscopes.’
‘Most newspapers carry horoscopes and such research as there is suggests more people peruse those daily than the movements on the world's stock exchanges.’
‘The most popular form of traditional Western astrology is sun sign astrology, the kind found in the horoscopes of many daily newspapers.’
‘I've lived in Los Angeles for eight years and have been writing horoscopes for gay magazines for seven of those years.’
‘Of course he did have the foresight to land a job with a newspaper that thinks horoscopes are headline news.’
‘At this point it is important to mention the ever popular horoscopes found in magazines, newspapers etc.’
‘However, I do find that her views about some things very conservative, for example her mum rips up her magazines if they have horoscopes in them, and she has a fear of witches!’
‘But, as with horoscopes, lots of newspapers shrug it off as an ‘oh, it's just for entertainment’ thing.’
‘British agents decided to exploit Hitler's interest in the stars by inserting bogus horoscopes in newspapers around the world, knowing that reports of his impending demise would get back to Berlin.’
‘He joined DC Thomson, where he wrote horoscopes for the women's magazine Secrets before being promoted to the unlikely role of beauty editor.’
‘Everyone else thinks that's a good sign, but my horoscope says to watch out on Tuesday.’

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Lucas

‘As the Queen's astrologer, Dee cast horoscopes for Elizabeth and selected the day for her coronation.’
‘He was a child prodigy who went to Leipzig university at the age of 11, published his first almanac at the age of 12 and at age 15 was casting horoscopes for the Hapsburg Emperor Frederick III.’
‘In Burma, a horoscope is cast shortly after birth and regularly consulted throughout life, especially when any major changes in normal routines have occurred or are imminent.’
‘However, my intention is not to give the delineation of my horoscope but to show how we can join occidental astrology with vedic astrology.’
‘Some Arabic horoscopes were based on astronomical tables calculated in India.’

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Lucas

‘Gravity is one of those subjects where seemingly simple questions have horrendously complex answers.’
‘The film suffers from being horrendously miscast from the outset.’
‘The decision means that punters who maintain they've been treated horrendously could take their cases to court.’
‘I will be horrendously busy for the next week.’
‘The two lovely animals suffered horrendously and are in terrible pain.’
‘Market researchers were asking commuters who were just getting off their horrendously crowded rush-hour trains.’
‘All the women in this history are either manipulated or corrupt or horrendously victimized.’
‘The current system is so horrendously complicated that people are being deterred from saving.’
‘These changes were poorly written, horrendously acted, and served primarily as momentum stallers.’
‘My father fought and suffered horrendously.’
‘The case of these missing girls is gruesome enough without such horrendous false alarms.’
‘Kenny Smith feared for his life on the Ullapool to Stornaway Calmac ferry during a horrendous storm.’
‘The atrocities committed on all sides were horrendous and on a gargantuan scale.’
‘The drive home was horrendous, with repeated hold-ups and long, long tailbacks.’
‘The consequences, had what they were doing led to a train being derailed, could have been horrendous.’
‘Cheap and nasty food becomes even cheaper and nastier to subsidise the horrendous wastage.’
‘He lost an eye and an arm, as well as suffering horrendous internal injuries.’
‘We see some terrible cases but this is the most horrendous for some time.’
‘More recently, he has endured the most horrendous bad luck in terms of injuries.’
‘I am not going to give you examples, but there were two really horrendous stories, awful.’
‘But if a referee makes a catalogue of horrendous blunders, who's going to take him to task?’
‘Now everyone in the media agrees what a horrendous mistake it was not to follow up on it.’
‘It's great for Roger because he's had a hard time since he suffered a horrendous injury last season.’
‘A ban on this horrendous daily cruelty to thousands of animals would impact on the profits of food producers.’
‘We are united in our stand to bring to justice those that perpetrated such a horrendous act of murder.’
‘The victims have suffered a horrendous ordeal and quite appalling injuries in the case of Mr Francis.’
‘Why do these criminals feel they can perpetrate such horrendous crimes and get away with it?’
‘They sometimes feel their own situation is horrendous and no-one else can possibly be in the same boat.’
‘The poster showing the Jack Russell's horrendous injuries can be seen in the background.’
‘I climb out of my top bunk and get my Walkman in the hopes that music will drown out the horrendous noise.’

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Lucas

‘My stomach deflated and the horrible bloated feeling I had woken with was gone.’
‘He thinks that being horrible to immigrants will secure the Sun readers' vote.’
‘I suspect this was due to a horrible hangover and my lack of interest in small talk.’
‘It was a horrible gameshow in which the contestants' children were put in danger as their price of entry.’
‘It does, however, taste so horrible that nobody could eat enough to cause death.’
‘Everybody always used to eat porridge in Scotland and then we went onto the horrible sugary cereals.’
‘There was a horrible crunching noise which turned out to be The Chief's dentures cracking in two.’
‘He tells himself that he is stupid if he thinks anyone as nice as his neighbor would go out with someone as horrible as him.’
‘Right, that's me done and my fingers and eyes need soothing after tapping away on a horrible laptop.’
‘While in hospital he was given build-up drinks which he disliked, and the food was horrible.’
‘We have seen it very graphically by the use of what is a horrible expression, I think, soft skills.’
‘I did decide to go in the end and as expected the drive there was horrible.’
‘So on the morning of the big day I woke up bright and early after suffering a horrible night.’
‘I want to buy cute summer dresses, not horrible trouser suits with tapered legs.’
‘I have a horrible habit of correcting people if they lie in front of me and I catch them.’
‘After my fourth baby was born, a photographer took a picture of me on the beach with horrible cellulite.’
‘Karachi had been seeing some horrible heat and humidity until a couple of days ago.’
‘I didn't start out hating them, but the parade of horrible behaviour on show has changed my mind.’
‘She said the smell of the old grass cuttings turning to mulch was horrible.’
‘I think it is a tribute to the performances that the heat was horrible but didn't detract from the show.’

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Lucas

‘There were all these intricate diagrams of horrible shackles and thumbscrews.’
‘Thus the average person can be persuaded to do horrible things in the name of morality.’
‘The nobleman goes on to host orgies, untouched by grief or remorse, until his horrible death.’
‘It is almost too painful to watch: a horrible enactment of their dual, private hell.’
‘Our own children and grandchildren have come to haunt us in the most horrible manner.’
‘Sure, some will die a horrible gruesome death, but it's only what a fox would do to another animal.’
‘A bitter confrontation ensued which he chose to end in the most horrible way.’
‘Did they think these things were so horrible and awful that they hid them from their prized Healer?’
‘With John, I can't feel much about his death apart from how horrible and terrible it was.’
‘I think we are all waiting for someone to wake us and say it was just a horrible nightmare.’
‘While the world around us is devastated by such horrible things, we watch on.’
‘He could not believe that someone, anyone, would do such a horrible thing to such a great country.’
‘Fox squeezed his eyes shut and desperately tried to tell himself that this was all a horrible nightmare.’
‘She will never be able to forget it, never be free from the horrible memory that this attack will leave her with.’
‘At times the world is so horrible that continuing to see the bright side becomes hideously difficult.’
‘I can see me lying in a pool of blood as the last scene in this awful, horrible drama.’
‘In fact I think that horrible as it was, that one was a much smaller disaster.’
‘It's a horrible, horrible disease, because you never know where it is going to strike next.’
‘Some of them are horrible but then again we watch horror movies and read horror stories.’
‘The horrible memory had temporarily overtaken her but now she was back in reality.’

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‘Without a strong plot or convincing characters to give it any depth, the film turns into an exercise in waiting for people to die horribly for your entertainment.’
‘The scene climaxes with the space travelers' violent encounter with the planet's horribly mutated inhabitants.’
‘For the first time since World War II, we have been affected tragically and horribly.’
‘There was a hideous mutant running around, horribly mutilating cattle and farmers alike.’
‘To those of us who live here, it's not news that the city is horribly polluted.’
‘In a sign that the once horribly polluted river is clean, wild salmon have returned.’
‘In the middle of the night, a horribly diseased man comes to the cabin.’
‘The entire site was horribly damaged and required near-total restoration.’
‘His mouth extended almost from ear to ear, grinning horribly and showing all his teeth.’
‘Many ordinary children suffer horribly during vicious civil wars.’
‘This set of games is horribly addictive.’
‘We need a transition to leave behind horribly inefficient and contaminating systems and change to new systems that respect the environment more.’
‘The fuzzy-haired keyboard player switches to bass, the erstwhile bassist to second guitar, and it all goes horribly pear-shaped.’
‘I rewatched the movie this morning and realized how good and yet how horribly cheesy it is.’
‘When he unveils his new, something goes horribly wrong.’
‘The organization's plans go horribly awry.’
‘It's the most horribly unfunny thing I have ever seen in my life!’
‘The bodice fit her tightly, and the short, puffy sleeves were horribly outdated and out of style.’
‘You fall on some passenger and you get all tangled up, and it's horribly embarrassing.’
‘A neat but obvious final twist makes amends for a horribly clichéd finale set on a rickety balcony.’

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‘That was almost a horrid idea, but something about it illuminated many other possibilities.’
‘The horrid images of mistreatment by military police being broadcast around the globe have already proved damaging to their interests overseas.’
‘Why couldn't it have all been a horrid nightmare?’
‘‘Behind the bar, it was so smelly and horrid,’ she recalls, nose wrinkling.’
‘Never be tempted to use hairspray: it looks naff, smells horrid and your date will get an unpleasant surprise if they touch your hair.’
‘It was all he could do to keep from grimacing in disgust at the sight of those horrid yellow-brown teeth.’
‘She was pointing to a grotesque china clock and a horrid vase.’
‘In other words, I have a horrid feeling that that nasty thing might come back.’
‘I was wearing the standard graduation robe in a horrid red colour.’
‘I feel grim and horrid, but it's a cold and I will recover.’
‘It would've been terribly immature, and she would've felt horrid about it later, however it would sure make her feel better at the moment.’
‘He treated the poor man terribly, and Cedric felt horrid about it.’
‘Also, my apologies for the atrocious spelling and grammar mistakes, they're horrid!’
‘After a horrid, torrid week in which all sorts of colourful allegations have been thrown at the Government, none of it appears to have stuck.’
‘Your distasteful language is almost as horrid as your appearance!’
‘While the quantity was minimal, it was good quality snow, properly frozen rather than the nasty slushy kind that feels so horrid on the skin.’
‘He might treat with disdain ‘the horrid, sweetish white Zinfandel’, but strangely enough, there are consumers who feel the same way about his favoured vintages.’
‘Yes, much of the coffee in America is horrid and/or disgusting, but at least the possibility exists of finding decent coffee in America.’
‘When I first saw the album, the name conjured all kind of horrid musical possibilities in my mind.’
‘They were horrid, smelly, dirty and obstinate things that dominated your life right through every winter, and no-one who doesn't have to would even think of having one.’
‘Most airport bars are horrid places, full of loud gross people using the trip as an excuse for a messy afternoon buzz, or some sweaty solitary types tamping down their fears.’
‘His experimental jazz recordings were simply horrid, though I recognize that I think that only because I tend to regard the entire genre as horrid.’
‘Although the appearance of the young man was absolutely horrid, the one blue and one brown eye could never be mistaken.’

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‘Puccini took this even further and his heroes and heroines were little seamstresses dying of consumption, geisha girls being dumped by horridly racist American naval officers, and even cowboys and cowgirls!’
‘‘What a book a Devil's Chaplain might write on the clumsy, wasteful, blundering, low and horridly cruel works of nature,’ Darwin wrote to a friend in 1856.’
‘Woven into the main narrative are the stories of five other people who have also suffered horridly painful losses, and who, once the source or instrument of their passion is gone, succumb to bitter melancholy.’
‘Unfortunately, a fairly large majority of us are from Irish heritage and therefore are horridly pale and only burn or freckle (me being one of them).’
‘He sends away samples and discovers that water is horridly polluted.’
‘The horrid images of her nightmare have disappeared for the moment.’
‘Elsewhere, in the outside world, sad, horrid times are upon us, with a fearsome outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease among sheep and cattle right across the Kingdom.’
‘Tielle nodded, and they left the suddenly horrid room with its gruesome corpse.’
‘‘That was a horrid, horrid time,’ said Dennis, who has three daughters, one son, a step-daughter and five grandchildren.’
‘As one walks there at night when peaceful Balinese music is suddenly transformed into bomb-like thunder, one just can't stop a horrid chill creeping over every part of the body.’
‘His fingers moved and curled, showing his nervousness about the subject as he began to explain the horrid nightmare that tortured him so.’
‘For the past few months, she has been living a horrid nightmare after the sudden death of her ten-year-old daughter, Nicole Pierre.’
‘I was shaken awake a few minutes later from a horrid nightmare which flew from my mind as I tried to grasp what I had dreamt about.’
‘Still others simply enjoy Poe's unmatched style that conjures up remarkably horrid mental images and brings on a wonderfully grim suspense.’
‘The scenarios I thought up were more horrid and gruesome than the whispers that still continued, growing in volume until I was sure I would go mad.’
‘She couldn't help but think of thousands of horrid possibilities.’
‘It's just sad and grim, a horrid reflection on our species' tendency to eschew compromise and go for the greed.’
‘Why couldn't this be a dream, a horrid nightmare?’
‘The Newscaster, reporting on the scene, tries to distract his audience from the horrid nightmare by relating an Englishman's views on Steel Tariffs.’
‘She wished that she could wake up from this horrid nightmare, but no matter how many times she pinched herself, it hurt every time.’
‘Whilst he was writing the book in 1782 Beckford wrote in a letter, ‘I am at work on a story so horrid that I tremble whilst relating it, and have not a nerve in my frame but vibrates’.’
‘What this ignores is the horrid possibility that the larger force will bring its full might to bear on the issue.’

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‘In the letter he told of Barbara's battle to recover from her horrific ordeal.’
‘She said the horrific attack had left many residents scared for their safety.’
‘A man suffered a horrific eye injury after he and his girlfriend were attacked by a gang of thugs as they left a pub.’
‘There's no doubt that some people suffered almost unimaginably horrific deaths.’
‘It's horrific and frightening and makes you question yourself and what you might be capable of.’
‘There, last Tuesday, occurred a scene all but lost amid the horrific pictures of last week.’
‘A man has died and another is in a serious condition after a horrific road collision with a petrol tanker.’
‘A man suffered horrific crush injuries to his hand after he became trapped in a printing press.’
‘The horrific accident happened when the two sides of a grave he was digging caved in on him.’
‘To lose a child that way or to have to identify their body would be just horrific.’
‘All who drowned were illegal immigrants who endured the most horrific working conditions.’
‘Some time later I received a magazine containing the horrific pictures of Belsen.’
‘He says that is the way it has to be, because the reality is too horrific to squeeze into a prime time television slot.’
‘It would also ask them to think about the horrific manner in which he died.’
‘Her injuries were so horrific that the vet had no choice but to put her to sleep.’
‘A notorious accident spot that has been the scene of horrific road crashes is the focus of a new safety plan.’
‘Often, when grafts heal, they thicken and leave the patients with horrific scarring.’
‘Today horrific memories of the greyest of days in January are hard to erase.’
‘The siege had come to a brutal and ugly end, but the full horrific scale of the crisis had not yet revealed itself.’
‘Many of them show attacks on children and are too horrific for a newspaper.’

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‘They are interrupted by a knock on the door and Val is horrified to find a bailiff officer on her doorstep.’
‘If our charge was to make a horror film, we made it our objective to horrify an audience to the maximum degree possible.’
‘All four of us started and looked at each other horrifiedly.’
‘When he saw me looking horrifiedly at the wreckage he skulked off and buried himself in the deepest corner of his doghouse and pretended to vanish.’
‘Yesterday, I realised (rather horrifiedly!) that I've passed the stage of just being a fan and had graduated to the status of an addict.’
‘I shall not soon forget the bare-armed surgeons, with bloody instruments, that leaned over the rigid and insensible figure, while the comrades of the subject looked horrifiedly at the scene.’
‘Still, it saddens and amuses me every time I am asked horrifiedly if I really have no interest in, or knowledge of, the machinations of today's governments.’
‘Some cattle became horrifically emaciated or developed raw wounds.’
‘A charity worker was horrifically murdered by bandits.’
‘I'm a horrifically disorganised person.’
‘She will be scarred for life after being horrifically attacked in the street by two dogs.’
‘We lost horrifically to her brother.’
‘I can't even eat ice cream without getting horrifically ill.’
‘She was horrifically injured in a road accident in 1971 when she was eight years old.’
‘I got horrifically lost in the country roads.’
‘Many victims were horrifically wounded.’
‘Her body had been horrifically mutilated.’

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‘The images of abuse and brutality he records are horrifyingly familiar.’
‘The single combat which followed was horrifyingly brutal, but illuminating.’
‘Some people's lives have clearly gone terribly, horrifyingly wrong when it is possible for them to kill innocent little children.’
‘The opening air-raid sequence is horrifyingly matter-of-fact in its brutality; there is no incidental music, no aestheticized or distanced depictions of death.’
‘The makers of How Clean Is Your House are preparing for a third series and the programme's cleaning team, Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie, want to come to west and north Wiltshire to tackle horrifyingly dirty homes.’
‘I have no doubt that it shocks, perhaps even horrifies our young audiences but we make no apology for that.’
‘On Monday a colleague of mine was sacked, not so unusual you might think but it is the reasons surrounding this incident that horrify me.’
‘The State Government's proposed cannabis law reforms will horrify parents and others worried about the local drug scene, according to Greenough MLA Jamie Edwards.’
‘The eugenics movement obviously horrifies this film maker and Mr. Peter Cohen communicates that horror most effectively in this interesting and artful documentary.’
‘I hate bullies but I do have a horrible feeling I have this bullying streak in me, and it does horrify me.’
‘A television documentary showing graphic pictures of an abortion will shock and horrify viewers, according to an Old Town mother who went through a similar procedure.’
‘That is the tragically horrifying history of religion through the ages.’
‘The nerve and arrogance of the food industry shocks and horrifies me.’
‘London Evening Standard columnist A. N. Wilson argued that, ‘These stories and pictures horrify us, but they should not surprise us.’’
‘These attacks will repel and horrify anyone with any shred of decency or humanity.’
‘It offends and horrifies us when we learn of decaying archaeological sites, looted museums and burning libraries.’
‘We can only imagine this was indeed a most traumatic and horrifying discovery for the boy.’
‘The first horrifying stories were beginning to emerge of bodies being buried before they were even identified.’
‘I sit here in shock, horrified by the truth and thankful that I had driven home alone.’
‘What they see in the mirror is a hideously distorted vision of themselves which disgusts and horrifies them, often to the point when venturing out into the world is a painful and traumatic experience.’
‘Those involved in such crashes often receive horrifying injuries or else end up dying a violent death.’
‘Sometimes what people will say will horrify us but we value that right to free speech and we have a duty to uphold that right even when we disagree with what they say.’
‘If you thought that was bad, I have terrible news that will shock and horrify you: things actually get worse.’

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‘I have to admit that much of the intense fear and horror I was experiencing has now passed.’
‘Traumatic events have in common the ability to elicit intense and immediate fear, helplessness, horror and distress.’
‘Individuals can respond to these experiences with intense fear, horror or a sense of helplessness.’
‘There were feelings of horror, repulsion and fear being expressed.’
‘The new year began as the last one ended, in fear, horror and bloodshed.’
‘We have experienced so much horror, pain and fear since then that it seems like a lifetime ago.’
‘Shock, horror, disgust impinge on our sense of ourselves, creating a sense of crisis as our sense of completeness and comfort is threatened.’
‘Emotions such as fear, horror, disgust, etc. are not intrinsically unpleasant.’
‘But she wasn't screaming in horror or fear, but with easily recognizable rage.’
‘Judy gasped in shock and horror, paralyzed with disgust and unbridled rage as Sarah stormed out of the room.’
‘But Toby doesn't react with horror or disgust or shock, instead complaining that Bree lied to him.’
‘The fear and horror in their eyes was very evident in the video, if it is a hoax then they certainly have a promising future in Hollywood.’
‘Shocked, I reeled away in horror, fearing that some passing stranger might take me for a rubber fetishist, a thought that appals and revolts me.’
‘Consumers have reacted with shock and horror over reports that frozen chickens sold in supermarkets are often fed on ground up chicken parts mixed in with grain.’
‘When people do dare broach the subject they talk of it with a wide range of emotions - horror, disgust, anger, bitterness, resentment.’
‘However, I note with fear and horror that somebody is trying to suppress the truth on the only website brave enough to tell it how it is.’
‘I don't care if they made you laugh, cry, scream in shock or from horror, just tell me what they are!’
‘We see the human face every day, and though it affects us in many ways, fear and horror would not normally be among those emotions.’
‘A number of us watched - more in shock or surprise than horror.’
‘I felt fear, horror, hatred but it was all mixed up into one feeling.’

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‘And our government are prepared to send those who have fled from this terror back into these horrors?’
‘From Madrid to Moscow the horrors of the terrorist bomb took a dreadful toll last week.’
‘No wonder he remained to be a stranger to everyone else for no one dared or risked taking a step into such a place filled with horrors and terrors that only the Shadow Assailant knew of.’
‘Clippings from films and documentaries showing the horrors of war and terrorism are interspersed throughout.’
‘Then there are the great unknowns such as the horrors being planned by terrorists and others who thrive on chaos and destruction.’
‘Wilson's idealism and incompetence unleashed or hastened many of the horrors of the 20th century, abroad and at home.’
‘One could live and work in the capital and be practically oblivious to the horrors of the war and daily terror that many Colombian women face and shared with me.’
‘He added that the struggle between good and evil was still being waged today, highlighting the horrors of the past century, including terrorism.’
‘The purpose of such action is to force average people to their knees and hold them hostage to the horrors of terrorism.’
‘Or come back later for some thoughts on how to effectively counter that horror.’
‘Isn't it time we looked closer to earth for effective solutions to terrorism's horrors?’
‘At worst, it can be highly offensive; a horror of sexist trappings and misguided tensions.’
‘Because its scope, scale, and horrors seem incomprehensible to us now, World War II continues to fascinate us.’
‘But here, the main issue is civilian incomprehension of the horrors of war, as a shell-shocked young hero returns home only to greet news of his DSO with disgust.’
‘This is maybe how the world avoids a horror of the kind it has never seen.’
‘The horrors of the terrorism could not be rationalized.’
‘Name your disaster, horror or tragedy, no matter how grotesque, and there will be someone making a joke of it somewhere.’
‘But there was another horror, one as difficult to believe.’
‘The characters all speak in melodramatic, incomplete sentences as if they knew unspeakable horrors, but this tactic merely delays revelations that turn out to be quite dull.’
‘There has been some talk of strategies, but one of the horrors of terrorism is that there are no tactics.’
‘Napoleon, Chris says, has been criticised for sleepwalking his way through the horrors of the retreat, unaware of the sufferings of his soldiers.’
‘We know the names of the countries, we hear the names of the leaders every day in the news, we discuss the politics, the horrors and the terrors.’

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‘However, I'm encouraged by the emergence of a new genre of quieter, less gory horror films in the early years of the new century.’
‘Marty was one of the lucky few to portray both a ghoul and a biker in that legendary horror film.’
‘The work was a breakthrough, spawning the birth of two literary genres: science-fiction and horror fiction.’
‘After Frankenstein, the gentle, soft-spoken Karloff would star in horror films, and precious little else.’
‘He has composed for a variety of genres but science fiction, horror and fantasy stories dominate his filmography.’
‘Don't Look Now is a beautifully restrained horror film.’
‘Cheap laughs were hard to come by, and the crashing economy seemed to be turning all Hong Kong films into horror movies.’
‘Their light-hearted take on horror belies the genuine fear Reinblatt felt wrestling with the writing of the play.’
‘Let's hope not, as it has the potential to be a wonderful mixture of film noir and horror.’
‘Fantasy, science fiction, and horror filmmakers have been widely influenced by the Quatermass stories.’
‘Mann proved himself adept crossing genres from comedies such as Our Man Flint to horror films like Willard.’
‘In contemporary popular cinema, it is virtually impossible to cleanly demarcate the genres of horror and thriller.’
‘To me it was a great genre show that made horror and science fiction funny, smart, and eminently entertaining.’
‘He admits to thriving on a variety of projects that have covered several genres including period dramas, horror, comedy and science fiction.’
‘I'd like to see sex comedies with sex, horror films without irony and political dramas that really appreciate where we are these days.’
‘This is also one reason why I remain so steadfastly resolute about concentrating on fantasy, science fiction and horror film.’
‘The Curse of Frankenstein was also the first horror film to feature Cushing and Christopher Lee together.’
‘Unlike many horror films, this story is given time to breathe and develop.’
‘On more than one occasion in the past, a low budget horror film has had a lasting influence on the genre's future.’
‘The science fiction and horror genres have often served as mirrors of the troubles and fears of the time.’

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‘That would be a little like a Survivor Magazine Show - horrors!’
‘But after a solid 10 days of growth, my chin was on the verge of breaking into - horrors!’
‘An awful lot of great student bloggers are going to - horrors!’
‘Cuba Gooding, Jr. plays a straight dude who inadvertently gets booked on a gay cruise ship - horrors!’
‘Their nasty-yet-comic raison d' être: better being a wandering gigolo than having to go off and get real jobs or - horrors!’
‘Having shown their own disregard for Parliamentary convention they then affect outrage when the original sponsor got understandably irate and - oh horrors!’
‘Might Jordan and Delia's compatibility be based on - horrors!’
‘Obviously I am not speechless like Frank but it is very difficult to voice my indignation and horror that this should be allowed.’
‘To my dismay and horror, he ripped the sweater apart in order to better access to my chest.’
‘Given their strong showing in the early rounds of the Celtic League, there is shock and horror in the valleys at the performances of the Welsh sides in the Heineken Cup.’
‘Much to everyone's surprise, his government then - shock, horror - actually did what it said it was going to.’
‘Both Harold and Vita viewed the rise of socialism with horror and dismay.’
‘The revelation, which is bound to damage relations between Britain and Australia, was greeted with widespread shock and horror yesterday.’
‘To his consternation, then horror, he discovers he can't remember his name.’
‘To my shock and horror I may have to actually act on that as I've found a college in easy walking distance is actually offering classes which I can easily afford and they'll be on my day off as well.’
‘Apparently - shock, horror - Britain isn't actually that baby-friendly.’
‘It was with shock and horror that I opened the newspaper a few weeks ago, to learn that polyphonic ringtones are now outselling pop singles by a significant margin.’
‘We don't need the actresses of this world to tell us that beauty is only skin-deep or that, shock, horror, the ageing process is irreversible.’
‘Imagine my horror and dismay when upon arriving at home and inserting batteries into it, it refused to work!’
‘After graduating, he decides to become a complete conformist in order to deflect any future criticism, much to the horror of his artsy parents.’
‘Schröder's announcement of an early election unleashed a wave of horror, dismay and rebellion in the ranks of the Greens.’
‘Much to my horror and chagrin, I had neglected to follow this instruction, and before long found myself with a radio in my hotel room.’

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