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[USA], Jan08 ( ANI ): It turns out that some snakes are deadlier than others, according to a new study.
Scotland now has a deadlier drug habit than anywhere else in western Europe - and experts say it is set to get worse.
A flotilla of recreational boats and jet-skis rushed to the scene, pulling people from the boat as it went down and avoiding an even deadlier tragedy.
A flotilla of recreational boats and jet skis had rushed to the scene, pulling people from the boat as it went down and avoiding an even deadlier tragedy, AP reported.
A few sniffles and aches and pains can attain deadlier possibilities.
Besides resulting in a sizeable decline in overall earnings and spending, the demonetisation drive proved to be a deadlier exercise for most states.
Al-Abadi, in his statement to the 11th conference of the Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union (AIPU), said verbal instigation that feeds sectarian sentiments "can be deadlier than terrorism in some conditions." The premier however boasted that Iraqis from various communities and sects joined the Iraqi Army and the "popular mobilization" paramilitary forces in the fight against terrorism.
MERS is considered a deadlier but less infectious cousin of the SARS virus that appeared in Asia in 2003 and killed hundreds of people, mostly in China.
Multiple revenue streams--UHAUL deadlier, 7 acre lot in back that is utilized as a long or short term parking lot.
Jack Frost's fury is deadlier than a major report implies, new research suggests.
JOE Hart insists Sergio Aguero is a deadlier nisher than Lionel Messi.
Federals presumed the battle would be quick and decisive, but when the Confederates retaliated with a powerful counterattack, both sides soon realized that the Civil War would be longer, deadlier, and costlier than any of them imagined.