|hirviö englanniksi||ogre, beast, monster|
*: Boxer was an enormous beast, nearly eighteen hands high, and as strong as any two ordinary horses put together.
*: Shouts had been heard: Were coming to kill you, beasts. In desperation, Rule 43s had tried to barricade their doors...
*: For many prisoners and in many prisons, antipathy towards nonces or beasts is little more than an idea...
*: … Even unopposed, the natural obstacles are formidable, and defending his line of advance will be a beast of a problem."
*: Hed be in the hospital a few days — broken collarbone, a cast on his arm, a beast of a headache — but fine.
*: And, oh, poor Atlas / The worlds a beast of a burden / Youve been holding up a long time
*: There is another type from Siemens which is the HYB 39S64XXX(AT/ATL) -8B version (notice the "B" and the end) which is totally beast altogether.
*: Translation: a piece of crap, but the rest of the car was totally beast.
: The children decided Grover was a cuddly monster.
: Get away from those children, you meatheaded monster!
*: Deducting then these cases, we have a large proportion of imperfect foetuses, which belonged to twin conceptions, and in which, therefore, the circulation of the monster may have essentially depended on that of the sound child.
: Sit still, you little monster!
: Have you seen those powerlifters on TV? Theyre monsters.
: That dude playing guitar is a monster.
: He has a monster appetite.
: rfquotek|Alexander Pope
*: A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations feature four cases of women monstered by passion. Madame Defarge is ‘a tigress’, Mrs Joe a virago, Molly (Estella?s criminal mother) ‘a wild beast tamed’ and Miss Havisham a witch-like creature, a ghastly combination of waxwork and skeleton.
*: The community forgives: this is in deep contrast to offenders that emerge from prison and remain stigmatised and monstered, often unable to get work or housing.
*: Demonizing or monstering other groups has even become part of the cycle of American politics.
*: Animals in our world have been monstered by human action as much as the free beasts of the pre-lapsarian state were monstered by the primal crime.
*: In 2002, American interrogators on the ground in Afghanistan developed a technique they called “monstering.” The commander “instituted a new rule that a prisoner could be kept awake and in the booth for as long as an interrogator could last.” One “monstering” interrogator engaged in this for thirty hours.177
*: The interrogators asked members of the 377th Military Police Company to help them with monstering, and the MPs complied.