(1) This article is one of those accursed PDF files but if you have a high-speed connection it may be worth reading.(2) The hurling goalkeeper is, indeed, an accursed species.(3) Heartbreak and violence follow the camp as part of a sad, accursed tradition.(4) Okay, it's a banal enough premise, but it speaks volumes about the evil that lurks in the hearts of us accursed XY chromosome carriers.(5) Many thanks must go then to Thomas Edison for ruining the whole hibernation ideal with his accursed light-bulbs.(6) For example, Kate lost her brother, so she was the only one in her accursed family left surviving.(7) And so to the accursed chicken house and run and the fifth day of construction.(8) Unlike a regular record store, this accursed thing never closes.(9) The reason this thanks is in this separate post is because every time I add just one more sentence to the post below, I get the accursed long post error.(10) Robinson told Doyle the tale about an accursed hound howling on Dartmoor and they went there to investigate.(11) With the Dwarves' votes, Sauron hoped to win some of the Shire seats on the Grand Council, thereby negating any seats the accursed Men might win with Elf preferences elsewhere in Middle Earth(12) He must also save the last surviving member of an accursed royal family.(13) People rely so much on these accursed contraptions, they have become joined at the hip.(14) His mind was informed and illuminated: Jesus was not, as he had thought, accursed , but was the Lord.(15) Bloggers block, the accursed affliction affects the best of us.(16) I don't think parents would have trouble discerning if this accursed for-profit school is providing an education to create good citizens.