The data are currently being analyzed to measure how effective the Campy
Training Kit is at improving how raw chicken is handled to avoid cross contamination.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Campy
is diagnosed in 13 cases each year for every 100,000 persons - although many more cases go undetected.
, of no fixed address, yesterday admitted going equipped for theft from February 7, but denied having an offensive weapon.
: The Story of Roy Campanella," Campy
can teach everyone a lesson: the color of your skin does not matter.
is a simple two-test procedure that determines both Gram status and the presence or absence of L-alanyl aminopeptidase (LALA) activity within just 2 minutes.
is headed for the stage in Eugene in a production of a campy
farce that first opened off-Broadway on Halloween 1997.
Wasn't for Jackie, Campy
wouldn't even be on the Dodgers.
Not so for Matthew Tinkcom who, in Working Like a Homosexual, undertakes a campy
reading of Marx and a queer Marxist reading of camp.
Protest Resident Michael Campy
(right) with protesters and a petition in Flockton as yet another heavy lorry thunders by
Paramount Pictures and producer Scott Rudin are to remake The Blob, the 1958 campy
horror classic that launched Steve McQueen.
Teens will enjoy it for its conversational, almost campy
In a section called "Ursula Finds a Friend," Riedel portrays a campy
"dark, feline figure" stalking Roxane D'Orleans Juste's character called a "young girl.
In a thin, campy
volume peppered with dashing visuals, the Guerrilla Girls critique images and ideals of womanhood that have made their way into popular culture--"Mom" included.
Kirsten Dunst plays Mary Jane Watson, the perky girl next door who keeps Maguire's heart racing, and Willem Dafoe as the Green Goblin takes a nice turn as the campy
, trash-talking sort of villain Marvel likes to throw at Spidey.
NBC recently debuted "The Rerun Show," in which an eight-member troupe reenacts episodes of campy
old sitcoms in a way that's part love-in, part lampoon, turning familiar characters into punch lines.