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With Sunday storm, they're probably more like rancid rivers of garbage.
In an apparent reference to the Trojan Horse controversy in Birmingham, Mr Galloway added: "Rotund rancid ridiculous war man Khalid Mahmood MP is a Trojan Horse for the Henry Jackson Society in Bradford.
The QI host said there was "something squalid and rancid about being spied on" and using people's fears about terrorism as a means to spy on citizens was "duplicitous and deeply wrong".
In high temperatures, the oil goes rancid as heat accelerates spoilage via oxidation.
Lumps of rancid fat have washed up on several more beaches along the south Wales coast, say environmental experts.
The ministry had earlier received complaints about rotten and rancid corn flakes available in Qatar markets.
WE'RE almost at the end of 2012 but it felt more like 1978 in a packed-out Barrowland - both in terms of the hordes of fans in leather and studs, and the racket being blasted out by Rancid, a Californian punk-rock outfit.
MATT FREEMAN has been through a lot: Playing with Rancid and Operation Ivy; filling in on bass for Social Distortion and with Exene Cervenka in Auntie Christ; a cancer misdiagnosis and subsequent lung surgery.
JAPANESE whalers and militant conservationists clashed in the Antarctic Ocean over two days with weapons including water cannon, blinding lasers and bottles of rancid acid.
22 (ANI): Senior BJP leader Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday said that Lal Krishna Advani's position in the party is like pickle that has turned rancid, and that his political life is almost over.
While Green Day has become too big for its britches, Rancid is content with being itself.
Tibetans drink tea made of salt and rancid yak butter.