It turned out all those years of keeping the flying public safe had exacted a physical toll on the one guy not on the radar: me.
If the suspected shooter was denied tenure, many will conclude that she “snapped” from the rebuke and exacted revenge.
I really think this season is about the toll that is exacted on intelligence officers doing their work.
Shortly after, a mob of Buddhists exacted retribution by pulling over a bus carrying Muslims and beating 10 passengers to death.
Currently running for Colorado attorney general, Garnett says the drawn-out case has exacted its toll.
Even of Maxwell he exacted as clear a vision of his own work as he exacted of its interpreters.
We have exacted from him what is at variance with the fixed Chinese policy of ages.
He was careful to observe himself the deference to parliamentary privilege which he exacted from (p. 259) others.
Ought you not to have exacted my admittance to the Comedie as a reparation for the insult?
He who disobeys this law shall pay a fine according to his class, which shall be exacted by the treasurers of Here and Zeus.