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  • This film has been described as a great film for a terrible cause.
  • We had so many and such terrible problems, problems of life or death.
  • During all the terrible winter which followed, his energy and spirit never failed him.
  • I did a series of terrible things, but it was only to get the money.
  • The operating system also had terrible performance problems which could not easily be fixed.
  • Just because we have been through it and suffered from it, we know how terrible war is.
  • I can't remember what Big said about him, but it was terrible.
  • He knew the meaning of the word terrible, and he knew the meaning of the word purpose.
  • They recorded what they saw of these terrible days.
  • If they do, that love will die a terrible death.
  • However there was a terrible consequence to be considered in taking on such a role.
  • It is terrible; and will last for centuries if you do not come to my assistance.
  • The trip was up to eight days long, in terrible conditions.
  • I thought it would be a terrible mistake, and I really believed that.
  • This may have brought peace to the islands, but in the following century it came at a terrible price.
  • The battle was fought with terrible losses on both sides and great suffering.
  • The location of the murder being not within a home, but within some other "terrible place".
  • Though Henry provided some improvement, the team was still terrible and continued to struggle.
  • He was a terrible businessman and spent his money as soon as he earned it.
  • It was a terrible thing not to distinguish between the enemy and women and children.
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