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  • Following the crash, they could see none of the carnage immediately below them.
  • The more experienced of a player you defeat, the more carnage you get.
  • In that short period great had been the carnage on both sides. Cited from True Blue, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • This church has been more than once the scene of revolutionary carnage. Cited from The Stranger in France, by John Carr
  • Only a small group managed to break through and escaped the carnage.
  • He returned several days later to a scene of carnage.
  • Satisfied, they both smile as they witness the carnage taking place before them.
  • Why may not he too have survived the carnage, and been preserved in the same manner? Cited from Three Brides, Love in a Cottage, and Other Tales,by Francis A. Durivage
  • But, will they take up arms and scatter carnage and blood throughout the land? Cited from The Covenants And The Covenanters, by Various
  • No, it was not a field of battle but a field of carnage. Cited from Fighting France, by Stephane Lauzanne
  • Returning and seeing the carnage, they call the police and report John.
  • He also noted that the film is more violent than the Japanese series, showing more carnage.
  • The British general saw that further resistance would produce only a useless carnage.
  • He described the carnage that greeted him as something he would never forget.
  • True Carnage is the fourth album by death metal band Six Feet Under.
  • Even though The Carnage Crew lost, both teams continued fighting after the match was over.
  • Others who come into the apartment and find the carnage shoot themselves.
  • Before the match started, the Carnage Crew came to the ring and attacked both teams.
  • The forces had been long at work before the fearful carnage began. Cited from History of Rationalism, by John F. Hurst
  • "Even the family dog did not escape the carnage of that day."
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