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  • Oh, the dirty, vile, treacherous sod.
  • But certainly we execute and destroy such veritable fiends and dregs of humanity and the treacherous dogs of generals and the revolting spectacle of admirals unfaithful to their trust.
  • Muck all the insane, egotistical, treacherous swine that have always governed Spain and ruled her armies.
  • The smart, treacherous ugly bastard.
  • Oh, muck my grandfather and muck this whole treacherous muckfaced mucking country and every mucking Spaniard in it on either side and to hell forever.

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  • The road through Afghanistan’s Kabul gorge is even more treacherous than the Road of Death in Bolivia.
  • It’s a gorgeous beach, but the waves are treacherous in the water.

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