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Meanwhile, Hobbs (Johnson) has been tracking an organization of lethally skilled mercenary drivers across 12 countries, whose mastermind (Evans) is aided by a ruthless second-in-command revealed to be the love Dom thought was dead, Letty (Rodriguez).
Miller returns as policeman Richard Poole who, along with his team, must discover who has lethally wedged a machete into the back of former sugar plantation owner Roger Seymour.
Death in Paradise (BBC1, 9pm) Ben Miller returns as policeman Richard Poole who, along with his team, must discover who has lethally wedged a machete into the back of former sugar plantation owner Roger Seymour.
All these criteria were first met in 1985 when sub lethally stressed cfu~s of Salmonella were protected in spray dried milk.
He also encounters a rock monitor and the lethally venomous horned adder.
Do some not realise that the velocity of recent weather repercussions, like those in New York this week, could lethally affect areas of nuclear dumping as well?
The incident occurred when the gate lethally dislodged from its pathway and fell on the guard.
The three militants killed on June 9-10 lethally wounded a Federal Security Service officer.
Metaphorically, the Nobelist has delivered a lethally lyrical strike against Israel.
PG 10(9) The Guard IT may not be Leathal Weapon but it's lethally funny.
Its numbers varied but the men who were co-opted into it, from all the services, worked in small, effective groups that could move quickly and lethally.
Approximately half a year after Hurricane Katrina made its lethally destructive landfall in the southeast United States, the Mercatus Center at George Mason U.