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At those words the gathered venom in Lady Lundie planted its second sting--under cover of a protest addressed to Mr.
I will watch with the wiliness of a snake, that I may sting with its venom.
Lady Carey looked for a moment across at the Prince, and her eyes were full of venom.
He regretted the streets, the pavements, the cafes, his friends of many years; all the things he used to see, day after day; all the thoughts suggested by familiar things--the thoughts effortless, monotonous, and soothing of a Government clerk; he regretted all the gossip, the small enmities, the mild venom, and the little jokes of Government offices.
Power for the Venom GT Spyder comes from a twin-turbo 7.
Jared realized that head-butting delivers venom only after he saw the frogs' upper lips under a microscope.
Bee venom and melittin exhibited a broad spectrum of antibacterial activity against 51 strains of both Gram-positive and Gram- negative bacteria with strong anti-MRSA and anti-VRE activity (MIC values between 6 and 800 [micro]g/ml).
The AUSTRALIAN FUNNEL SPIDER can grow to two inches and their venom can kill in hours if not treated.
Introducing the first serum to include 7 active peptides, hyaluronic acid, bee venom, copper peptide ferment and a host of other skin calming ingredients, designed to improve signs of aging & reduce inflammation.
Unlike previous attempts and world-beating brews, the idea with Snake Venom was to produce something that still tastes like beer and is not masked by a harsh alcohol flavour.
The process of extracting the venom from bees is an arduous process.