SCREAM


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SCREAMSouthern California Resource for Electro-Acoustic Music
SCREAMSouthern Center for Research in ElectroAcoustic Music (University of Alabama)
SCREAMService Creation Management (Network Equipment Technologies)
SCREAMSmall Car Racing Engines and More
SCREAMSingle Crystal Reactive Etching and Metallisation
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"If you scream another scream," she said, "I'll scream too --and I can scream louder than you can and I'll frighten you, I'll frighten you!"
The scream which had been coming almost choked him.
But at midnight, when the odd folk appeared, the elder sister screamed with terror, and from this time on the youngest Princess insisted always on keeping watch alone.
'Is that the royal palace?' cried the bear; 'it is a wretched palace, and you are not King's children, you are disreputable children!' When the young wrens heard that, they were frightfully angry, and screamed:
The scream became touched with triumph as more crashing was heard in the brush.
I was thrown flat on the wet deck, and before I could scramble to my feet I heard the scream of the women.
He halted as he heard the notes of Tantor's call, and raising his head, gave vent to a terrifying scream that sent cold chills through the superstitious blacks and caused the warriors who guarded him to leap back even though their prisoner's arms were securely bound behind him.
Both sides were cursing and swearing in a frightful manner, which, together with the reports of the firearms and the screams and groans of the wounded, turned the deck of the Fuwalda to the likeness of a madhouse.
The Belgian shuddered and looked fearfully upward, for the scream had seemed to come from above him.
Before he had voiced his protest there formed in his mind the thought that he would like to save this wonderful white ape from the common enemy, the Gomangani, and so he screamed forth no challenge, wisely determined that more could be accomplished by secrecy and stealth than by force of muscle and fang.
Everything the Miss Ablewhites said began with a large O; everything they did was done with a bang; and they giggled and screamed, in season and out of season, on the smallest provocation.
The Queen turned crimson with fury, and, after glaring at her for a moment like a wild beast, screamed `Off with her head!