Herod returned with an army, but his father prevailed upon him to depart to Galilee without wreaking his vengeance upon his enemies.
Shane diplomatically acknowledged Elizabeth as his sovereign, and sometimes played the part of a loyal subject, wreaking his private vengeance under colour of expelling the Scots from Ulster.
The Black God, Czerno, had been wreaking havoc in Europe until a few days ago.
Check out Isaac Mizrahi's handbag line at Target, selections from Old Navy, or the chic Metro 7 handbag line from Wal-Mart for styles that will look without wreaking havoc on your budget.
The release of fresh new colors and holiday-specific bags make it easy to keep up with contemporary trends without wreaking havoc on your handbag budget.
The same amount of sugar would be downright hazardous for the sedentary woman, wreaking havoc on her blood sugar levels.
Since it's not all that brisk air outside wreaking havoc on your skin, one might think the solution is to spend more time outdoors.
Gladiators lumbered toward one another, dragging their weighty hoses like giant pythons, heads down, intent on wreaking mayhem on their opponents while the combatant did the same to them.
implodes when the costume of The Pterodactyl Ghost comes to life and begins wreaking havoc on the museum guests.
An estimated 80 million Australian possums, for instance, are wreaking havoc on native forests and gardens.
In 1979, a tornado ripped through Windsor Locks, wreaking destruction along the eastern portions of the airport.
tornado ripped through Windsor Locks, wreaking destruction along the eastern portions of the airport.
wreaking destruction along the eastern portions of the airport.
For example, cardiomyopathy is very often present in cases of undiagnosed feline hyperthyroidism in which the excess thyroid hormones cause the heart to work overtime, thus wreaking havoc on its function over a period of time.
It seems like overnight kids go from being fun loving and optimistic adolescents into hormonal and rule-breaking teenagers wreaking havoc.
Are dog behavior problems wreaking havoc between you and your furry friend?
Instead of being used to heat your home, this gas was being converted directly into carbon dioxide, wreaking havoc with both your wallet and the environment.
Of course, Kratos is less interested in helping the Gods than on wreaking vengeance.
These characteristics make it useful for both utility and attack, and when properly armored, choppers can be formidable mobile battle platforms, wreaking havoc with missiles and gunfire of all calibers.
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