Horrifying tales of their brutality have been around for centuries.
brutality must be rejected as a “mistake,” but simultaneously preserved as a possible policy option.
But inside Libya, as the world has now seen, he resorts to the ultimate levels of brutality and repression.
The term “cosmetic” is intentionally misleading: look at the brutality of these procedures.
Tales like this, of sailors wandering the desert for miles searching for food and water, abound amid the brutality of the region.
Piling reproach after reproach upon himself, he added adultery to his brutality.
Slave trade, begun by Europe, brutality of, 5;maintained by Eng.
But what the savage lacks in power he more than makes up for in cruelty and brutality.
"Nor I, either," agreed Fogg, but a smile relieved the brutality of the speech.
This is equally true of all Mr Kipling's essays in brutality.