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  1. Evil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Evil, in a general context, is taken as the absence or complete opposite of that which is ascribed as being good. Often, evil is used to denote profound immorality.

  2. more evil = eviler?? - WordReference Forums › Spanish-English / Español-Inglés
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    Hi, I'm having a big doubt here, can you say "Eviler" for someone who's getting more evil? thanks for the help! xx

  3. Who was more evil, Hitler or Stalin? - Yahoo
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    • Published Dec 01, 2011

    Dec 01, 2011 · I also read five books on Stalin, watched many programs on Hitler and well ultimately Stalin was the person that I wanted to understand more, so I now ...

  4. What is more powerful than God More evil than the devil......?
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    Feb 21, 2006 · I know an answer. It is 'strength'. More powerful than god and other men. More evil for it's ability to corrupt. The rich buy it. The poor must posess it ...

  5. What is greater than God ... more evil than the devil ... › … › Humor & Amusement › Jokes and Riddles

    "Nothing" is the answer to the riddle. Nothing is greater than God or more evil than the devil. Poor people have nothing and rich people need nothing.

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  7. Evil - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...

    Full Definition of EVIL 1 a : morally reprehensible : sinful, wicked <an evil impulse> b : arising from actual or imputed bad character or conduct <a person of evil ...

  8. How to Act Evil: 7 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow › … › Nonconformist Styles

    Edit Article How to Act Evil. Edited by Yippieyaiyomama, Charles Carter, North Channel, Barbaroo and 24 others. Sometimes your day just needs to be a little more evil.

  9. Quotes About Good And Evil (201 quotes) - Goodreads

    201 quotes have been tagged as good-and-evil: J.K. Rowling: ‘There is no good and evil, there is only power and those too weak to seek it.’, Albert Einst...

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