Terror will seize them, pain and anguish will grip them; they will writhe like a woman in labor. They will look aghast at each other, their faces aflame.
Database mavens will no doubt be aghast at this apparent retrograde into mainframe history.
At this they were aghast. It was the cardinal tenet of their mode of reasoning to start with facts and to give names to the facts.
Some publishing industry analysts are aghast at the proposal, claiming that the rate is much too steep and the terms too strict.
To this has been added a big new worry: a resurgence of the xenophobic attacks in 2008 that left at least 62 dead and the country aghast.
Respectable opinion is aghast. But respectable opinion has been consistently wrong lately, and the currency issue is no exception.
However, I’m well aware that male circumcision is a contentious topic for many people, some of whom, aghast, will make their opinions known to me in the coming days.
Its citizenry has been aghast at the thought of having to help fund the financial profligacy of others.
Top counterterrorism and police officials were aghast when the jury in the first trial, which ended last September, failed to convict any of the defendants of conspiring to blow up aircraft.
And you married a christian minister to a heathen?Abner asked, aghast.