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Rides that Salman particularly loved were the Prince Of Dark Waters, Wrath Of God and the roller coaster ride Gold Rush Coaster.
He had starred in more than 130 arthouse movies including 1979's Nosferatu the Vampire, Fitzcarraldo (1982) and Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1972).
Balkan argues persuasively that Aguirre's "self-styled image as the Wrath of God reflected his belief not in a benevolent God bestowing all his grace on the kingdom of Spain but rather an angry God, one who would purge the corrupt and institute a new order" (p.
New York, the televangelist known for invoking the wrath of God in fire-and-brimstone political attacks.
He said that the robbing of Hajj pilgrims is an act of inviting the wrath of God.
Leonard enraged gays last year when he suggested AIDS stemmed from the wrath of God, labelling the disease "a sort of intrinsic justice.
Sahibzada Zubair Abu Al Kher said in its issued statement the priest and its associates involved in desecration of Holy Quran would not escape the wrath of God.
A CHRISTIAN pensioner was threatened with the wrath of God when she refused to be moved from her care home, a trial heard.