• (verb): Make a pillaging or destructive raid on (a place), as in wartimes.
    Synonyms: ravage
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Wilford Brimley - Career
... clashed with the director during one instance when Beresford tried to advise Brimley on how Harry would behave, Duvall recalled Brimley responding "Now look, let me ... Harry's not over there, Harry's not over here ... Until you fire me or get another actor, I'm Harry, and whatever I do is fine 'cause I'm Harry." ...
One Way Or Another - Track Listing
... US 7" (CHS 2336) "One Way or Another" (Nigel Harrison, Debbie Harry) – 331 "Just Go Away" (Harry) – 321 US 12" Promo (CHS 10 PDJ) "One Way or Another" (Nigel ...
Harry Quelch - Biography - Early Years
... Harry Quelch was born 30 January 1858 in the small town of Hungerford, Berkshire, England ... Circumstances forced the eldest child, Harry, into the world to contribute to the family's maintenance from a very young age, with Harry taking his first job at the age of 10 ...
Harry Osborn
... Harry Osborn is a fictional character, a supporting character of Spider-Man in the Marvel Comics Universe ... In addition to being Peter Parker's best friend, Harry was the second Green Goblin and is the son of Norman Osborn ... Harry Osborn first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December 1965), and was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko ...
Sitting Pretty (1948 film) - Plot
... Lawyer Harry (Young) and his wife Tacey King (O'Hara) have trouble retaining a nanny for their three young rambunctious boys ... wins over the kids, although his superior attitude annoys Harry ... When Harry has to go away on a business trip, Tacey agrees to take the baby and sleep over each night at the home of their friends, fellow lawyer Bill Philby (John ...

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