Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"Why, yes, how in the name of the infernal powers did this thing happen?"
He believed that several members of his family may have previously died there under "the malicious operations of the infernal powers".
The Lucifuge - Children of Satan, who use their infernal powers to hunt monsters.
"By the infernal powers, Sabinus, I'll destroy you!
You, Father Gomez, are our ultimate guarantee that if that falls through, the infernal powers will still not prevail."
Infernal powers obtained from the worship of Master Leonard range from metamorphosis into monstrous animals or men to flight as an incubus.
Wearing the guise of an abbot, endowed with strange infernal powers together with a kind of immortality, he has presided over Puthuum through the centuries.
The Massalians are not dualists but monarchians, and they have dealings with the infernal powers, and in fact some texts call them Borborites, from borboros, filth, because of the unspeakable things they do."
They insist, "One can certainly picture the evil emperor in Star Wars as Satan, complete with his infernal powers, leading his faceless minions such as his red-robed Imperial Guards."
Huxley eagerly used a review to attack "anonymous slander", telling Darwin that he "ought to be like one of the blessed gods of Elysium, and let the inferior deities do battle with the infernal powers."
The Morphean katabasis is anticipated by the "drouping Night" quatrain (1.1.36), which I discuss above and which figures the onset of drowsiness as a sneak attack, a conspiracy of nocturnal and infernal powers, a death by drowning.
Above all, Vladimir Orlov is inspired by the great Russian novel of the 1930's, "The Master and Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov, in which the Devil takes over Moscow even as Stalin's infernal powers bewitch all of Soviet society.
I use the simile advisedly, because from his relation I am forced to believe he had preserved through it all a strange illusion of passiveness, as though he had not acted but had suffered bimself to be handled by the infernal powers who had selected him for the victim of their practical joke.
Mr Merdle, so twisting his hands into what hair he had upon his head that he seemed to lift himself up by it as he started out of his chair, cried: 'Why, in the name of all the infernal powers, Mrs Merdle, who does more for Society than I do?