“Sometimes you have to create the abyss so it can be filled with something,” he said.
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Brazilian police have pulled back the city from an abyss of crime.
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In the month since elections produced not one but two presidents, the country has teetered on the abyss of violence.
The thought of her was life and death in his frame, bright heaven and the abyss.
But if one falls, that is no reason to throw oneself in the abyss.
Well for me it was not the abyss which yawns at the end of Pillar Hall.
Invoke not the unhallowed spirits of the abyss; invoke the spotless synod of the Gods.
In its palmy days people were only speculating upon the borders of an abyss which had not yet opened visibly before them.
late 14c., earlier abime (c.1300, from a form in Old French), from Late Latin abyssus "bottomless pit," from Greek abyssos (limne) "bottomless (pool)," from a- "without" (see a- (2)) + byssos "bottom," possibly related to bathos "depth."