The studies of fauna, phenology, and ecology of bloodsucking
midges were conducted according to conventional methods [7-10].
They used the bloodsucking
worms to drain blood from patients with varying illnesses, including headaches.
animals related to earthworms--are making a comeback in the medical world.
Her "dancing" lures female victims into a life of lesbo-riffic bloodsucking
ALONG WITH THE CHRIST-KILLER image was the stereotype of the Jew as bloodsucking
Medicinal leeches are bloodsucking
, aquatic animals that live in fresh water.
He travels to Transylvania where locals live in fear of the Count (Richard Roxburgh) and his three bloodsucking
sakazakii from the gut of larvae of the bloodsucking
insect Stomoxys calcitrans.
He denounced his court-appointed attorneys as a "bloodsucking
death team" of "Jewish zealots." He accused U.S.
Led by Eddie Mikrut as the bloodsucking
Count, the ballet simmered with a fabulous corps of ghouls who slithered and clawed on the stage as the toll of Dracula's victims mounted ever higher.
We meet an American businessman, and his two Russian colleagues, who are all mosquitoes - which lends new, if rather too obvious, body to the myth of the "bloodsucking
capitalist." (Pelevin, to be fair, appears very fond of his three businessmen.) Natasha, a shy and pretty fly, starts an affair with the American capitalist-mosquito.
Were it not for his way with words--"bloodsucking
Jews" is one of his boilerplate phrases--and a reputation built on a rather nasty hoax--the Tawana Brawley affair--this humble man of the cloth might only be known to us as a fat, medallioned tax cheat.
aspect of the myth--not always prominent in Slavic folklore--particularly excited the popular imagination; it led to the typical literary representation of the vampire as a monster with protruding canines who draws blood from his victims' throats.
The leech, a type of bloodsucking
worm applied to the patient from ancient times through the late 19th century to "treat" local inflammations and then largely abandoned as a therapeutic tool, recently made a comeback in medicine, especially because anticoagulants it secretes aid the drainage of small blood vessels, preventing clots during delicate microsurgery.
Experts are warning people about a bloodsucking
fly that causes serious injuries after it thrived during the weekend's hotweather.