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  • 极恶劣的,不像样的


  • Alongside the worry that I may be stuck for three months in the hell of a sort of mobile Big Brother house, there is just the tiniest kernel of excitement that something good is about to happen.



  • He was a dirty player and loved to kick hell out of the opposition.



  • Whatever the outcome, it's going to be one hell of a fight.



  • Yeah, way up, oh God I'm going to have a hell of time throwing up there, way up at the back.


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  • I think this is an important distinction because what you have here in the middle of this simile in Milton's account of hell is an image of a bower.


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  • In other words, Buckle was the avatar of the notion in the late nineteenth century that everything was going to hell in a handbasket.


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  • Round a curve I scared the hell out of a flock of feral goats, and at one point, came over a rise to see the road just drop off into a slalom down to a mangrove-studded beach.

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  • France's Liberation says the committee showed "a hell of a nerve" by awarding the prize to "a very sick patient", but the paper agrees to give the EU the benefit of the doubt and to bet on its "resilience".

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  • And I've been to Africa dozens of times, and I've met with dozens of people on the ground who really know a hell of a lot about Africa, and who understand the difference between corruption and not corruption, and who understand that effectiveness and lack of effectiveness, and who understand what's a good government and what's not a good government.

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