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To personal irritation at Saint-Saens's liverish temperament (the late Martin Cooper, a British musical journalist of considerable wit and patchy erudition, described the Frenchman as having died "full of years and malice") was added, especially after his death, resentment at his proud anti-modernist stance.
Cameron is a a good-looking swine and this makes the ageing gargoyles of Grub Street liverish.
The meat below the skin was grey and overcooked so that it had an almost liverish texture.
Poets John Betjeman found it a source of inspiration for Pershore Station, or A Liverish Journey First Class.
IN his liverish letter, Kevin O'Keefe makes some interesting suggestions on how to save public money.
I can only suppose Mr Down arrived at Goodwood in a liverish frame of mind.
The head felt fine, the liver wasn't liverish, even after the Glenmorangie aged in port casks.
Murray's deep-fried squab was bony and over-cooked so that it was dry and had a liverish texture, with the merest hint of five spice powder.