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1(cruelly)(attack/treat) brutalmenteI was brutally beaten — me golpearon brutalmente
- In 1888, in the Whitechapel District of London, someone is brutally murdering prostitutes.
- Acting on his own desperation, he begins to brutally beat Jamie.
- He enters, and finds two people brutally murdered.
- Against a backdrop of political intrigue, police corruption, and her own tortured history, she brutally exacts her revenge.
- The independence of domestic prosecutors and judges is questionable when a dictatorial regime has reigned brutally and for so long.
- In not one case has the government acted to support those who've been brutally oppressed.
- His window looks out at a schoolboy being brutally arrested.
- He is plagued by a series of surreal hallucinations in which his father is brutally tortured.
2(mercilessly)(frank/honest) crudamente(frank/honest) despiadadamente
- The film has won accolades for being both brutally honest and very funny.
- I remember the movie's brutally accurate depiction of the rough South.
- He is a potentially fascinating character, charming, brutally insensitive, fun-loving and more of a child than any of his children.
- Her art is less brutally frank, but no less provocative.
- The film's brutally unromantic conception of religion is summed up in this one scene.
- It is hard to be brutally critical of this DVD beyond mockery and a good-natured ribbing.
- He and his friends indeed are brutally unfeeling at best and hateful at worst.
- In the public eye, he was brutally forthright, never more so than on <i>Face to Face</i>.
- The brutally direct communications engendered by youthful, student audiences tend to endear them to dancers.
- The dance series was inspired by the work of Gorey, that darkly mischievous and brutally perceptive illustrator.