Like Wall Street itself, the man who personified stock-market mania has rebounded from the financial crisis with a vengeance.
But all these groups are reaching a point where vengeance takes priority over politics or, much less, public relations.
The final act offers a binary choice: love or hate, forgiveness or vengeance, truth or consequences.
The first cat on the catwalk (sorry, we had to) was vengeance, a 12-week-old Sphinx in an argyle sweater.
However, there is at least a sense that security is back on the agenda with a vengeance.
Vesta Philbrook would not have been capable of a vengeance so mean.
And there was a gleam of vengeance in the cadet's eye as he went to the gun again.
Let him die, and be no longer an impediment to their vengeance!
Then he sang of how the vengeance of the Gods was about to fall on this ignoble King.
At last it seemed that they had evidence which lighted up their future path of vengeance.
c.1300, from Anglo-French vengeaunce, Old French vengeance "revenge," from vengier "take revenge," from Latin vindicare "to set free, claim, avenge" (see vindicate).
Vengeance is mine, ... saith the Lord. Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink; for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire upon his head. [Paul to the Romans, xii:19-20]