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use "wrath" in a sentence

Then since wickedness will be rampant upon the earth, The Lord's wrath will then stir up Kings and mighty armies.

Allaah cursed them and cast His wrath upon them.

Surprisingly, he unleashed his wrath neither against the galicians nor against Daniil Romanovich; instead,

The ad man and film director lately enjoyed a huge legal wrangle over edits made to his monumental "American History X" starring Marlon Brando.

MARIA You still wrangle with her, Boyet, and she strikes at the brow.

A long-running wrangle over the future of the Polhill campus at de Montfort University reaches planners this coming week.

After figuring out how to wrangle the cameras up the hill, the group created several different Street View routes.

Agreeing to meet comes with an ensuing 10 emails to wrangle details.

But defense lawyers are concerned that such prolonged detention can be used to wrangle a confession or amounts to an end-run around the government's obligation to promptly place a suspect before a judge.

But King said he maintains his confidence in Boehner's ability to wrangle his party's votes, and he called for a "up or down" vote on a clean funding bill this week.

Congress passed a measure last month narrowly averting a government shutdown and keeping the government open until December, but legislators continue to wrangle over more permanent solutions.

County Hall, Maidstone The settlement was reached after a prolonged three-year wrangle with HMRC, which focused on the issue of whether councillors should have been paying tax on their journeys to and from County Hall.

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