распинать; умерщвлять; мучить; разбить; разгромить
- At international level the likes of Gavin Hastings crucify failed touch attempts.
- The old unregenerate "I" is nailed to the cross with Christ (Gal. 2:20): we "live in the Spirit" or "walk in the Spirit" precisely in so far as we allow the Spirit to "crucify the flesh with its affections and lusts" (Gal. 5:24).
- ("Crucify, crucify!") that is articulated at the very top of the treble register and brings the work to its climax - an unforgettable piece of composition unequalled anywhere in the European music of its time.
- Crucifixion was a penalty reserved for transgressions against Roman law, and Rome would not have bothered to crucify a man preaching a purely spiritual message, or a message of peace.
- One of these days he'll crucify them.
- She'll crucify me.
- "When I told him I was determined to have our baby he said: "You are trying to crucify me."
- The veins standing out on his neck, he shouted at the top of his voice: "We're going to crucify this stuff.
- But the Tories will continue to crucify manufacturing industry, in pursuit of an absurdly high parity in the Exchange Rate Mechanism.
- YOU ARE TRYING TO CRUCIFY ME
- This is surely the self spoken of in modern terms as the ego, the lower nature which St Paul urges Christians to crucify, so that the true self, created by God and nourished by the Spirit of Christ, may take over.
- Fundamentally, comparisons crucify Eugenius in the sense that Pavement, Mercury Rev, Unrest et al are pushing out the boat, the train and any passing planes, while Eugenius, erm, aren't.
- It can elevate and glorify, or it can crucify you.