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  • The most spine-chilling, hair-raising, blood-curdling, pimple-squeezing dreams about standing naked at a swap-meet, people pointing and laughing, me in the middle of it all slapping my ass cheeks with both hands and a sense of sheer terror jamming my ability to focus, not because I had forgotten to wear clothes, but because my wallet was in the pants I wasn't wearing.

    Yard Sailing

  • It was a spectacular, if blood-curdling, performance.

    Matthew Yglesias » Karadzic‚Äôs Defense

  • About an hour and 15 minutes after the Boeing 737-800 took off from Houston, a cabin attendant let out "a blood-curdling scream" and several men rushed to the front of the plane, said Sara Olkon, a passenger.

    Threats Divert Planes in Separate Incidents

  • This past weekend I attended a demonstration given by a Civil War re-enactor who gave a blood-curdling example of what mid-19th-century artillery could do.

    The James Rifle

  • Suddenly she lets out a blood-curdling scream and pulls back, blood pouring from her mouth and his.

    Can You Survive The Zombie Apocalypse?

  • A while later I heard a young baby let loose with a blood-curdling primal scream that made my face turn pale.

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  • A horrible to watch, blood-curdling attack by a wild animal in the first video, then in the second video how city folks handle such things. ~~~~~ to see the videos got to the first answer.

    NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED.

  • A horrible to watch, blood-curdling attack by a wild animal in the first video, then in the second vi | Field & Stream

    NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED.

  • The details of his exploits are fascinating in themselves, including a blood-curdling voyage around Cape Horn to California.

    Just Like the Real Thing

  • I think most people working in the White House are there for other reasons-a desire to take on big issues, personal fame and aggrandizement, a sense of service, the hope for a pardon down the line, a personal relationship with the President, or a blood-curdling thirst for power.

    Matthew Yglesias » Pay Freeze

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