"He barges in, uninvited, and writes fiction," specter seethed.
Toomey was Tea Party before Tea Party was cool, chasing specter out of the party.
A couple of weeks ago I wrote a column about the specter of race in the National Basketball Association.
Likud back-benchers, already alarmed at the specter of renewed peace talks, have begun thumping for a hard-liner in that key post.
I got to know specter in a way I suspect most journalists did not.
At last he had her cornered, and the specter was caught behind a curtain of odorous fumes.
See, 'tis myself here standing alive, no specter that speaks!
In one story a monk crosses his legs to scare away the specter, but forgets and presently tumbles over.
They compliment themselves and push the specter of age aside.
He, whom she had seen only a little while ago, had become this thing, this specter!