kind, malignant melanoma, begins in melanocytes, cells that give your skin color.
The civil world of banking has had a mere handful of hostile takeover plays over the years, but the latest was one of the nastiest
In Christopher Nolan's Memento, this past summer's best and nastiest
cinematic thriller, Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce) is a man with this particular memory problem.
Nipah virus, fatal to humans, is the nastiest
on the scene at the moment.
Genn, 1999, blends academic realism with cartoony animation in Howard's homage to his nastiest
Those not inclined to delve into history books might be interested to learn that Trump World Tower is rising in an area of former slaughter houses and breweries, patronized by some of the city's nastiest
gangs of thugs.
Thirty-six-year-old country singer Robbie Fulks spent a couple of years trying to make it in Music City, an experience that eventually led to "Fuck This Town," the nastiest
anti-Nashville anthem since Waylon Jennings asked "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?
The organophosphates and carbamates are some of the oldest and nastiest
pesticides of all.
I'm Jerry the Germ, the nastiest
little germ that ever rode a capillary.
Twirling his mustache and swirling his cape, Fargo says in his nastiest
voice, "I've come for the rent.
Gogan, who won two Super Bowl titles as a starter with the Dallas Cowboys, earned the reputation as one of the grittiest players in league history and was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated as the NFL's nastiest
player in 1998.
e bedroom tax is the nastiest
tax placed on the most vulnerable in society.
Biggins, 64, told an NSPCC fundraising event in Manchester: "I think child abuse is terrible and Jimmy Savile one of the nastiest
Lord Archer when asked what was the nastiest
thing said about him.
Mind you, even the toughest, nastiest
bug, faced with Katie, would, I reckon, admit it had met its match.