In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Not that people had much choice in the matter - bandits were ruthless and bloodthirsty.
- Perhaps the goal was to show that a cultured and civilized man could be reduced to a bloodthirsty assassin in extraordinary scenarios.
- There he was, one man, threatening to kill almost thirty hard, bloodthirsty outlaws?
- They aren't bloodthirsty barbarians, they are people who believe that if a crime is bad enough then one can justify taking the life of the person.
- He acquired a reputation for being bloodthirsty and ruthless, to go with his reputation for cunning.
- The enemy would probably be bloodthirsty bandits just waiting to kill him.
- We are not the bloodthirsty killers the detectives would lead you to believe.
- They are part of a village that is being plagued by wild and bloodthirsty wolves.
- The violent, bloodthirsty gang who are holding him are notorious throughout the criminal underworld.
- Showing that some of those killed were even more bloodthirsty than their killers is no extenuation.
- It is an unspeakable act of violence carried out by unspeakably nasty vicious bloodthirsty thugs.
- Often regarded as a bloodthirsty dictator, he was later valued for his social ideals of reducing inequality and ensuring work for all.
- Such cannibalistic behavior has fueled the squid's reputation as a bloodthirsty sea creature.
- Picasso collected African masks, Eisenstein filmed the bloodthirsty gods sculpted by the Aztecs.
- He was even more cruel and bloodthirsty than his father.
- Until Victoria's reign, Vikings were portrayed as bloodthirsty and violent.
- The Vikings had a reputation for being bloodthirsty and cruel in an age that was itself hard and accustomed to cruelty.
- The regime was mercilessly brutal and bloodthirsty.
- He's quite bloodthirsty, killing anyone who disobeys him and gets in his way.
- You are being so bloodthirsty, so ruthless, and you are much too strong for your age and training.
- I've seen complaints about the level of violence and it is indeed staggeringly bloodthirsty.
- For instance, the pirates are not the bloodthirsty savages characterized by most films in this genre.
- The film's basically a non-stop bloodthirsty assault on humanity, and as such it's consistently unsettling.
- There are lashings of bloodthirsty violence in the film, but plenty of pitch-black humour too.
- The film is a little bloodthirsty sometimes during the battle scenes.
- The music stopped for the Primary School who told the audience the real story behind Cinderella and the bloodthirsty Prince Charming.
- Even allowing for these excesses, the most serious problem with the novella lies in its bloodthirsty ending.
- Most people would allow, though, that bloodthirsty material could be a catalyst in rare cases where very damaged children are exposed to an overload of vicious fantasy.
- So why does he keep making movies about bloodthirsty loners out for revenge?
- Fans of gloomy, bloodthirsty action movies will probably be entertained.
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