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Unformatted text preview: come to a point where research was pointless because the only way I could get any results through major search engines is if I only used parts instead of whole names in this scene, but it’s okay because the names were funny enough in this scene because they are so ridiculously long. A couple of other terms, to name a few, are “beleaguered ” and “tumult ”. I had heard these before, but only in my distant memory in high school English classes. Naturally, I had to do some searching. Beleaguered is another term for laying siege to, which is usually trying to snuff someone out of a castle (in the most common block-buster movie sort of way that I can put it). Tumult is a, “ violent and noisy commotion or disturbance of a crowd or mob”. I thought this was a cool one....
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- Spring '11