Anger and sorrow collided within her.
She nearly collided with Donald Ryland as she practically skipped from the room.
On the bridge he collided with a Cossack who had fallen behind, but he galloped on.
The memories collided and tortured him, replaying with painful detail.
Other thoughts collided with her emotions, ones that reminded her that she was forever trapped with some otherworldly creature that viewed her as a food supply and nothing more.
There for several hours amid incessant cannon and musketry fire, now Russians were seen alone, now Frenchmen alone, now infantry, and now cavalry: they appeared, fired, fell, collided, not knowing what to do with one another, screamed, and ran back again.
His stunted memories collided with the others running through her mind.
The larger (and heavier), falling with greater velocity, overtook and collided with the smaller (and lighter), which were thereby forced upwards.
There was a gap between the "Intrepid" and the eastern bank; he steered into it, collided with the "Intrepid," rang the gong to signify the imminent blowing of the charges, went astern and then ahead.
He heard their whereabouts just before she gave a strangled cry and collided with one of them.
Then there was the Schism and an era of disaster and grief, where his world collided withâ€”then severed fromâ€”the human one, centuries where he was forced into the underground world as a prostitute, a beggar, a thief.
The woman died after a white ford sierra collided with her on Castle Hill Road in Hindley.
"Parents Weekend" and I feel like two worlds have collided.
collided with a pedestrian, the opponent.
collided at high speed with the dinghy he was sailing in.
keen sportsman, collided with a tree whilst snow boarding.
lorry collided with their vehicle and he and his colleague found themselves being dragged along the A13 in a completely up-turned car.
motorcycle collided with a Volkswagen Golf car around 7.20pm.
phosphoric acid solution when she collided with a bulk carrier in the English Channel off Guernsey.
southbound lane where he collided with an oncoming vehicle.
speedboat collided at high speed with the dinghy he was sailing in.
Chris Chris, a keen sportsman, collided with a tree whilst snow boarding.
He moved his car into the southbound lane where he collided with an oncoming vehicle.
The accident occurred in the mid-afternoon of September 21, 2007 when Clooney's Harley Davidson motorcycle and a Mazda Millenia collided in Weehawken, New Jersey.
Several factors collided and created a very confident pregnant woman who is more secure to bare her belly.
For Jessica Sierra, her pregnancy collided with other events in her life that received a lot of negative attention.
His path collided with Sookie's when she was taken prisoner by the Fellowship and they threatened to burn her with Eric's maker.
Pilot - The episode in which Deb's soul collided with Jane's recently vacated body and the dramedy of errors begins.
Problems with touring also stifled the album's success, with Noel, Andy and touring keyboardist Jay Darlington injured after their taxi collided with another vehicle while on tour in America.
His Vulcan logic often collided with human emotion to create an interesting dilemma for the entire crew.
Teens now rely on Myspace (and other network sites such as Bebo) for their primary socializing, and the worlds of fantasy and reality have often collided into disaster.
At 9.46 one of the stolen lorries collided with a car on Beech Avenue, Alfreton.
William John Ferguson from Stewart Avenue, Cookstown, was killed after his motorcycle collided with a Volkswagen Golf car around 7.20pm.
During the War, three British fighter planes collided over Lea.
collided with icebergs or other ships, or run aground on unlit coastlines.
collided with a lorry.
collided with the pier, temporarily sectioning the structure near the head.
Whilst in our boat we almost collided with another vessel which loomed up in front of us.
collided in mid-air at the Saskatchewan Airshow.
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