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maggot

1. n. a cigarette. (Probably a play on faggot.) Can I bum a maggot off of you?
2. n. a low and wretched person; a vile person. You maggot! Take your hands off me!
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Celebrity Big Brother - Hills: 4 Jodie Marsh,9-2 Maggot, 5 Preston, 6 Michael Barrymore, Dennis Rodman, 7 Traci Bingham, 8 Rula Lenska, 10 Faria Alam, 12 Pete Burns, 14 George Galloway.
Ladbrokes' odds were: Rodman 5-1, Barrymore 6-1, Maggot 7-1, Preston 7-1, Bingham 7-1, Alam 8-1, Lenska 8-1, Galloway 10-1, Marsh 10-1, Burns 12-1.
Customers who could stomach the challenge got to eat chilli maggots, Thai green curry grasshoppers and the biggest of the bunch - a large black Mopani worm.
medical institutions don't use maggot therapy, "more and more people recognize it as a viable option" says geriatric nurse practitioner Courtney Lyder of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
One day farmers might exchange pesticides for an industrial grade polymer that looks and acts like cotton candy as a major weapon against onion maggots, cabbage maggots, corn earworms and other agricultural pests.
Bad as it is, however, apple maggot can be controlled.
According to sources, the public office was negligent in how it handled corpses including the improper refrigeration and placement of bodies in protective body bags, which led to the maggot infestation plaguing the coroner facility.
In warm weather, the flies' eggs will hatch out as maggots within a couple of days.
A PREGNANT woman was horrified after finding a maggot wriggling out of an apple she was eating at her Coventry home.
London, July 8 (ANI): Staff at a Brit hospital are using natural healing products like honey and maggot larvae to clean wounds, and tackle bacteria like methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
But Maggot - or Andrew Major as he's known to his mum - has lived in England for all of his adult life, after moving to Liverpool as a student.
Maggot therapy has been successfully used in the treatment of leg ulcers, wounds associated with diabetes, pressure ulcers, and many other types of infected wounds.
Seraticin is made from the maggot secretions of the common green bottle fly.
A source said: "It seems the prisoners intended to create a maggot infestation.