malignant


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dangerous to health

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Accordingly he went to London, where, in 1695, he was seized with a malignant fever, of which he died.
And as he said, it seemed God hated him too much to let him die, for he ultimately grew better and waxed more malignant than ever.
"The arms of the pale faces are long, and their knives sharp!" returned the savage, with a malignant laugh: "why should Le Renard go among the muskets of his warriors, when he holds the spirit of the gray-head in his hand?"
But the vengeance of Magua sought a deeper and more malignant enjoyment.
`He was more like a malignant and cunning ape than a human being,' said she, `and he always was, ever since he was a young man.'
It was an odious face--crafty, vicious, malignant, with shifty, light-gray eyes and white lashes.
The malignant creature was seated in his own parlour, with a policeman upon each side of him.
The little man started, and turned his malignant eyes upon my friend.
It seemed indeed as if the sullen and malignant eye of Front-de-B uf possessed some portion of that supposed power over his unfortunate prisoner.
But I trust in God our Lord that the might of one malignant enchanter may not prove so great but that the power of another better disposed may prove superior to it, and then I promise you my support and assistance, as I am bound to do by my profession, which is none other than to give aid to the weak and needy."
Malignant planets, cruel destiny, Pursued them both, the fair Manchegan dame, And the unconquered star of chivalry.
deliriously howled Ahab, as the malignant iron scorchingly devoured the baptismal blood.
A torrent of angry and malignant passions will be let loose.
In this study, it was found that VELscope was more effective as a screening tool for the detection of oral malignant lesions as compared to toluidine blue.
The problem of malignant glaucoma as a complication of glaucoma surgery appears to be rare enough that large randomized trials have not been conducted yet in order to determine the relationship between its occurrence and various types of treatments or to determine treatment strategy giving the best results in large populations of patients.