It was brutally crushed by troops led by General Franco.
Fink was brutally honest about how unpopular the views of his wealthy audience were.
The still-popular Georgian Social Democrats organized a rebellion in 1924, but it was brutally suppressed by Stalin.
“Honest, open dialogue – as much as it’s brutally, brutally uncomfortable sometimes – it has to be done,” says Fiona.
It shouldn’t be forgotten that the grocery sector is brutally competitive.
., American black bears are killed, their paws cut off, and their abdomens brutally sliced open to extract the gallbladders inside.
In the 1980s, Cuba successfully contained its small AIDS epidemic by brutally forcing everyone who tested positive into isolation camps.
Some of them are ignorantly and brutally dictatorial: look at the Taliban in Afghanistan, and the wilder specimens in Algeria, Egypt and Pakistan.
A large number of these brands have gone away due to mergers as airlines joined together in order to survive the brutally competitive market place.
But trivialising the memory of someone who was brutally killed as a child is perhaps not the brightest idea hence why this costume was recently pulled from online stores.
A school shooter, it appears, could be someone who had been brutally abused by the world or someone who imagined that the world brutally abused him or someone who wanted to brutally abuse the world himself.
You know in movies when a grizzled detective who got out of the game after his wife was brutally murdered is asked to do one more job, and he contemplates his decision while staring at a breezy, joyous photo of said brutally murdered wife?
SINJAR, Iraq — Kurdish and Yazidi fighters retook the northern Iraqi city of Sinjar from Islamic State fighters on Friday morning, facing only pockets of resistance as the jihadists cleared out from a town they had brutally dominated for more than 15 months.
On the debate stage, Sanders took aim at Saudi Arabia's human rights record and specifically the killing of Saudi journalist and Washington Post opinion writer Jamal Khashoggi, who was kidnapped and brutally murdered by Saudi agents in Instanbul in November 2018.
Brutally crisp and blatantly rhetorical, the phrase has become a catchall representing the internet currency of receipts, forcing bandwagon participants to confront things they might have said or done that seemingly contradict their newfound commitment to the cause.
The horrific images of Bloody Sunday – the 7 March 1965 voting rights march in Selma, Alabama, where law enforcement brutally beat protesters as they demonstrated for voting rights – had galvanized the country, and Johnson, to move quickly to embrace the legislation.
The station, which is currently under construction, was going to be called Amba Aradam-Ipponio - a reference to an Italian campaign in Ethiopia in 1936 when fascist forces brutally unleashed chemical weapons and committed war crimes at the infamous Battle of Amba Aradam.
Speaking at a press event this week, West Ham Women's 20-year-old managing director Jack Sullivan, whose father David Sullivan is joint-chairman of West Ham United, described the series as "brutally honest", something you "don’t quite get in other sporting documentaries".
Until quite recently, living at the farm, thirty weed-choked acres off a gravel road, has required forgoing amenities like bathrooms and kitchens and running water, and maintaining a stoic disregard for the weather, which can be brutally cold or brutally hot.
Jorge Icaza, in full Jorge Icaza Coronel, (born July 10, 1906, Quito, Ecuador—died May 26, 1978, Quito), Ecuadorean novelist and playwright whose brutally realistic portrayals of the exploitation of his country’s Indians brought him international recognition as a spokesman for the oppressed.
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