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In collaboration with Cadw, the council has demolished a building in front of Carmarthen Castle to open up for public viewing what Mr King rather malignly describes as the castle's "sorry remnants".
Symantec claims that its Norton anti-virus software can defeat the chernobyl virus, so called because it lies dormant, infiltrating applications malignly only on the 26th day in April, the anniversary of the nuclear power station explosion.
I am particularly intrigued by Summers's examination of the poor casting, especially for the character of Dareing, and his speculation that those who staged the play had sabotaged it: "Indeed, it would seem that the casting was done on purpose perversely and malignly to damn the play" (219).