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Inside the classroom, her chief tormentor is an impossibly disruptive student named Malik (Adda Senani).
Both gun-rights advocates and those pushing for gun control agree on these facts but use them to different effect: One side tells women to shun the tool of their tormentor.
All told, prosecutors wrote, the victim made payments totaling $22,350 between November and July of 2016, with his tormentors repeatedly reminding him of his precarious situation.
In all honesty, my sisters went from being my tormentors to my best friends.
That’s when the Caps reached these Eastern Conference finals with a full-throated civic exorcism of their traditional tormentors, the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Finally, the Capitals had eliminated their longtime tormentors after falling to Pittsburgh in each of the past two postseasons, both times watching as the Penguins won the Stanley Cup.
The couple concluded that their tormentors had followed them to Central America.
Over soup and coffee at a Tinley Park Panera, Kathleen Rys, 72, and her sister Lorraine O’Kelly, 70, made amends with one of their childhood tormentors, Bruce Smit, 71.
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