BEDLAM


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BEDLAMBureau of Extra-Dimensional Liabilities and Management (comics)
BEDLAMBarrage Emission Decoy of Laser Aided Munitions
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The bedlam increased as the animals were transferred from the wagon to a platform truck, and when the truck rolled up and stopped alongside Michael's he made out that it was piled high with crated dogs.
But I don't want to be within a thousand miles of her when those fellers come aboard"-- indicating the bedlam of excited Greeks towing behind.
Slowly I worked my way to a corner of the room where I could force them to come at me only one at a time, and thus we fought upward of twenty minutes; the clanging of steel on steel producing a veritable bedlam in the little room.
And then from behind him broke a hideous bedlam of savage war cries and a score of shrieking blacks were upon them.
As Martin ran to stop the bedlam, he saw the world as an enormous, empty stomach, at the opening of which he stood, hurling in the feed as fast as his muscles would permit.
Loosely connected to the world of her bestselling The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, The Bedlam Stacks is a lyrical paean to the power of transformation, faith and friendship.
In half a century of being round the political scene, I've never seen bedlam like this.
There is significantly less real history in the sequel, except for locations such as Bedlam, but the dinosaur battles are terrific and should appeal to teen readers with a penchant for action and suspense.
For the poor, there was no choice but Bedlam, and even for that they had to thank the charity of Crusader knight Simon Fitzmary.
Beehive Bedlam Reactors is based on the Beehive Bedlam social game, which was one of the most renowned offerings through the Sky Games interactive TV platform for over 10 years.
It is thought that 30,000 Londoners were buried in the Bedlam burial ground between 1569 and 1738, though only a few from the nearby Bethlehem Hospital for the mentally ill, also known as Bedlam.
Public generosity towards Bedlam Beggars led to a brisk trade in counterfeit armbands.