WTTEO

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WTTEOWords To The Effect Of
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During the incident, the attacker's mood appeared to change for one minute he was saying words to the effect of ``I hope you die'' and then next minute he was saying ``I am sorry, what have I done?''
In the BBC documentary, Talking to Terrorists, go-between Denis Bradley said he and two other Catholics formulated words to the effect of 'the conflict is coming to an end', and sent it to London purporting to be a message from Martin McGuinness.
And when, in the course of the interview, I tell Christiane Amanpour that I think the Germans have a lot to celebrate, she gestures at the people behind us and says words to the effect of `and so they are.' Thus does television create its own story."
Archimedes, the Greek inventor, was heard to say words to the effect of "Give me a fulcrum and a lever and I'll move the earth."
"The men were much bigger than her and it looked like she'd just got herself into something she couldn't handle." She told the court she said "words to the effect of 'go away' or may be swearing", but that she was not aggressive towards them.
Court papers state Sam said to Karp words to the effect of: "I'm going to kill you, kill the judge, all the lawyers in the case and then myself."
Words to the effect of: "I don't understand how after everything I've done for them - raising their social standing in India through the roof for example - they could do this."
"A man's voice came on and said words to the effect of 'We have got your mobile phone and 300 quid'.
To which, as Westgate recalls it, the Millennium Commission replied in words to the effect of, ``No problem with that just so long as they match the pounds 46m we put into it.''
Peter Gray, prosecuting, said: "Mr McMillan heard a knock at his door and when he opened it Simson said words to the effect of, 'You have ruined my marriage.'
When he was later admitted to hospital after an overdose, she said words to the effect of: "He should have taken a few more pills and done the job properly".
When he was later admitted to hospital after an overdose, she said words to the effect of: "He should have taken a few more pills and done the job properly." After another colleague was injured, she also said: "I don't care if she lives or dies."