The Government knows that this would convulse the country in anger.
Jessica reached for the button to summon the nurse even as Sam's body began to convulse .
His words echoed in the emptiness of his mind as his frail, emaciated body began to convulse and was racked by involuntary spasms.
The capacity of trivial events to convulse the media and political commentators never ceases to amaze.
By 1983, protests against the dictatorship by social organizations and the banned political parties convulsed the country.
After King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, the nation was convulsed by the worst riots in its history.
Johnathan craned his head to the side to look at the other man, his entire body convulsing , his fingers twitching, his throat contracting in and out from swallowing air, then finally, the man spoke.
His grin mushroomed into laughter, and a moment later, he was convulsed with it.
As an example of the total commitment I give in doing exhaustive hours of research for this column, I just had to go to the pub the other night and see how the smoking ban is convulsing this great little greedy nation of ours.
Even before the overture starts, there is a silent ballet, characterised by odd tics and jerks: the eight dancers appear to be convulsed by supernatural forces greater than themselves.