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The officer, who identifies himself as Sergeant Tony Wallace, is recorded telling him: "We'll nick you now and I will make your day a living hell because you'll be in that cell all day.
Time stands still at the gates of Hell "Get in line" a ghostly yell Then it comes, a sharp whip crack A child falls, like an empty sack The woman cries, where child fell The place is known as living hell, Cold winds blow, in barren place A haunted look from a frozen face Naked bodies, shuffle feet Knowing soon, their maker meet Silent screams, fill the air The devil stalks his evil lair.
LIVING HELL Joanne Smith and neighbour Gary Sim at Green Lane Gardens in the floods
It's making our lives a living hell," the Daily Express quoted him as saying.
How nanny Veronica Sandeman managed to endure the living hell she found herself in for three years I will never know.
But given that Bubluani has only bothered to develop one character and that you're viewing this living hell through that character's eyes, it's a safe bet to assume that Sebastien will remain safe -- to a point.
Otherwise, many more of us will be facing living hell in these times.
In response to EB Jones stating how proposed football pitches at Cardiff's Whitchurch High will turn the area into a living hell, what garbage