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As I could not believe him to be beyond the reach of pity, I explained my method to him, describing as harrowingly as I could the joy of those first few moments after the declaration of peace. ❋ Various (N/A)

TransCanada's spokesman, Terry Cunha, emphasized that in neither this, nor in any other case, is the company seeking to seize property -- even though the legal process is known rather harrowingly as "condemnation." ❋ Unknown (2011)

The nephew of Anjelica Huston — and grandson of John Huston — made a harrowingly brilliant debut on the Halloween-night episode of HBO's sprawling gangster drama as Richard Harrow, a disfigured sniper who joined forces with fellow World War I veteran Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) in Chicago. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The debt-limit crisis of 2011 brought the federal government harrowingly close to defaulting on its financial obligations. ❋ Peter Berkowitz (2011)

Trash and harrowingly low budgets are the point of a Versus movie, as the genre's pioneers well knew back when they were churning out Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein/The Invisible Man/The Mummy. ❋ Unknown (2011)

These are sparse, harrowingly simple and direct, noun-intensive, and spiritually unsettling poems. ❋ Seth Abramson (2011)

Pittard can be harrowingly wise about the melancholy process of growing up, of moving from the horny days of high school to the burden of protecting our own children. ❋ Ron Charles (2011)

Of course, you only "build awareness" by depicting events with some degree of accuracy, which is why the soaps often proudly announce that they collaborated closely with charities to ensure that Steve McFadden's portrayal of the dark spiral of addiction would be as harrowingly authentic as possible, especially the bit where he smashed through a door like Jack Nicholson in The Shining and burned the Queen Vic to the ground. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Lou, it turns out, was the only fatality of the explosion, harrowingly replayed in flashback as Tommy fills out the paperwork. ❋ Unknown (2011)

And some of it was dreadfully and harrowingly unfamiliar. ❋ L.J. SMITH (2010)

I suppose the foreign-field grave of Farnes's Yorkshire Test best-buddy Hedley Verity 1905-43 remains, somehow, the most harrowingly romantic for being visited so regularly when England touring teams travelled to Australia by boat and by Yorkshire folk of a certain generation on holiday in Italy. ❋ Unknown (2010)

My jeans and skirts from last year look harrowingly narrow as I flick through the hangers, and I spend a good amount of time standing in front of the mirror looking at my newly round butt and lamenting the fact that I am going to have to exercise it right out of existence without the help of daily cheerleading practice. ❋ Adrienne Maria Vrettos (2010)

Having come so harrowingly close to losing him, B and I are more overprotective of him now than when he was little. ❋ Rick Springfield (2010)

The short, simple account of The Seven Acts of Mercy is masterly; the responses to the two last Neapolitan paintings? revealed when on loan to the National Gallery to be perhaps the most harrowingly personal of all Caravaggio's works? are similarly effective (though marred by the odd insistence that they are primarily of interest because they show that Caravaggio must have been suffering the shakes following the violent assault that precipitated his death). ❋ Neil Bartlett (2010)

It took many steps, many hours and harrowingly precise temperature control. ❋ Unknown (2010)

No sooner had we made some progress in tackling the large problems at one investment house then the next one came harrowingly to our attention. ❋ Felix Rohatyn (2010)

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