ruthless leader

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  • After the war, Grant was portrayed as a ruthless leader who stopped at nothing to make sure the South was destroyed.
  • A more ruthless leader might possibly have captured the Boer guns. Cited from Sir John French, by Cecil Chisholm
  • Amin was known for his independent and nationalist inclinations, and was also seen by many as a ruthless leader.
  • But what was his relationship with Cortes, and why did such a ruthless leader submit to his captors with such relative ease?
  • Known as Decepticons, they follow Megatron, their powerful and ruthless leader.
  • Though less hotheaded, Morales is an absolutely ruthless leader with no reservations about using violence against anyone to achieve his goals.
  • Rawne is a ruthless leader and an expert when it comes to demolitions.
  • Annie is shocked to learn that Hal is the ruthless leader of the new vampire revolution.
  • Sandaki Mari Djata, who had no relation to the famous founder of the same name, proved an apt if not ruthless leader.
  • Caven is the ruthless leader of the titular gang in the Second Doctor story The Space Pirates.
  • With the help of a FBI agent and a few old friends, Nick himself becomes sheriff, then vows to do everything in his power to destroy the gang and their ruthless leader, and win back his city.
  • It is revealed that the bumbling Jamie is actually a ruthless leader of a team of double agents sent by this competing firm to infiltrate Bineview.
  • Xiang Yu is depicted as a ruthless leader, in sharp contrast to his rival, Liu Bang.
  • Those who are Divergent are hunted and killed by the ruthless leader of Erudite, and those who fail the initiation of their particular faction are deemed factionless.
  • As he goes deeper undercover, he ends up having to take out different criminal "friends" he meets but mistakenly frames Chau Wu, a ruthless leader of a crime syndicate.
  • Isis is the Syndicate's sexy and ruthless leader.
  • The Sadikahu's ruthless leader Mullah Bahir Al-Qadi, however, was not present at the caves.
  • The young woman followed her ruthless leader into the ward, carrying the water-pitcher in her unsteady hand, for she had not reached the hardened audacity of her preceptress, and there was something in the scene to make even a debased nature tremble. Cited from The Old Homestead, by Ann S. Stephens
  • This view contradicts a common impression which maintains that Ieyasu was a ruthless leader who treated all the women in his life, and all of his offspring, as commodities to be used as needed to serve the clan or his own ambitions.
  • Her first television appearance was on an episode of Anything But Love, and her first notable film role was as Mara, the ruthless leader of the sinister children in 1995's Village of the Damned.
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