Nasty sentence example

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  • I wonder if that nasty dog is in need of a walk.
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  • He was a cruel and nasty man.
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  • Don't get nasty on me.
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  • He was nasty to everyone.
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  • "You speak to the colonel about this nasty business before other officers," continued the staff captain, "and Bogdanich" (the colonel was called Bogdanich) "shuts you up."
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  • "Rhyn … " Kris said, gaze on the nasty wound.
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  • Why anyone would cultivate that nasty habit is a mystery to me.
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  • It was Cynthia who volunteered for the nasty duty, turning down Dean's offer to join her.
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  • Reassurance that no nasty deal between his mate and the demon-lord would arise.
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  • They're a pair of fat, stupid, nasty punks who got in over their heads.
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  • What nasty brutes they are!
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  • He didn't even bother to search his mental library under pithy, tasteless and nasty retorts.
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  • No, it wasn't any of you're business when you thought you caught Alex and me, but it didn't stop you from making your nasty accusations.
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  • The nasty field that dissolved any type of biological entity was one of the government's latest controversial creations.
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  • After that nasty sheriff created all that fuss and arrested your stepfather, my attorney was sure the judge would call a mistrial and we'd have to start over again.
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  • She popped one of the water cubes into her mouth, head pulsing from a nasty hangover.
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  • Well, you guess correctly, and for you those are nasty, for me, not so much.
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  • If you want to feed those nasty things, have at it.
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  • Pierre was seized by a sense of horror and repulsion such as he had experienced when touching some nasty little animal.
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  • She had a nasty headache and groaned, touching her head.
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  • Each person took for himself all that he could; man's life was "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short."
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  • I just drove two hundred very nasty miles and I'm going to bed.
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  • Dean grabbed his coat, glad to be doing something that took his mind off Vinnie Baratto, Arthur Atherton and the fact he and Cynthia Byrne were items of interest to some very nasty people.
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  • Nasty bitches like me eat them alive, but in your case I'll try to restrain myself.
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  • There were likely some nasty security features on the other side of the Mississippi left over from the East-West Civil War.
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  • This means good bugs and nasty pests alike are beginning to stir.
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  • He got really nasty.
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  • Everyone survived but there were some very nasty blisters that required treatment.
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  • Just because the weather is nasty, no one need look dull.
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  • Nasty ones, too, such as hair, blood and bone.
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  • The nasty looking trash and graffiti add to its disgusting charm.
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  • This character appears right when you are getting fired on by a bunch of nasty robots.
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  • They blame him for all sorts of nasty things, like killing civilians, but what really ticks him off is being accused of treason.
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  • Despite not having an actual medical license, he used his know-how to eliminate nasty looking viruses.
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  • So put it somewhere that doesn't get any of those nasty things.
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  • When it came time to shoot the scene, however, Ford was ill with a nasty cold and in no mood to shoot the multiple takes that the scene was sure to require.
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  • He's also a rapper known as "Dirt Nasty" and has appeared in Superhero Movie, Pledge This!, 14 episodes of Monarch Cove, 22 episodes of What I Like About You, and more.
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  • Unless you're wearing your furry boots in the place of bedroom slippers, they're going to get wet, dirty and look nasty before the day's out.
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  • Nothing derails progress like a nasty injury that puts you on the sidelines for a month, but making sure to work up a bit of a sweat decreases the risk of that by miles.
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  • They were so nasty when he told them about me we both found it simpler to ignore the jerks.
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  • He'd protected her and made it clear anything that got near her would die a nasty death.
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  • If Shipton did, in fact, bust her chops over the fact Annie Quincy was a hooker, who knows, she might hate him enough to do something nasty.
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  • We Americans have a nasty habit of playing with our food - like a cat.
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  • "Rhyn … " Kris said, gaze on the nasty wound.
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  • You might've had some nasty visitors otherwise.
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  • Thankfully, treasured friendships forged over decades are not easily shaken by nasty innuendo.
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  • The cause of a hangover Consuming large volumes of alcohol causes by-products in your body, in particular a nasty chemical called acetaldehyde.
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  • Most household brands, ' family chocolate ', contain vanillin, an artificial vanilla which is easily smelled and produces a nasty aftertaste.
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  • The result of Jim Budd's continued harassment is a very nasty and a below the belt character assassin.
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  • Rest assured, however, that just as quickly as the weather turns nasty, it can turn balmy, too!
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  • It is easy to have an accident on slippery rocks, and barnacles can raise a nasty graze.
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  • snubbed by everyone with snide and nasty remarks.
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  • Save this one for soothing those nasty sunburns!
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  • There are a couple of nasty little secrets that web search engine optimization companies don't want you to know.
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  • In the nasty game of musical chairs that followed the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, the Kurds have been left standing.
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  • Prentis Hancock has a nasty bruise under the nail of his forefinger which is still visible in The Last Sunset.
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  • Or there happened to be some nasty bug " floating around " the moment they turned the machine on.
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  • He was with the ship's Padre, who apart from a nasty bump on his head, seemed to be ok.
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  • carbide cutters get you through those nasty soils.
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  • The furniture was made of that nasty laminated chipboard, seemed to soak the water up like a sponge.
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  • Cue some mild gore and a nasty death involving a circular saw.
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  • No need for nasty safty pins, just use the cleaver Nappi Nippa clip.
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  • A nasty hotel in Greece that had cockroaches in the room.
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  • Despite a nasty cold hindering her performance this week Karin Jaggi (F2) battled hard to take third.
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  • nasty old cynics, taking account of the numbers quoted above (The cup is half full... .
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  • The unconscious contains unresolved oedipal complexes and nasty little demons which some may term desires.
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  • deploying parachute catching on the board (nasty ).
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  • Simon gets down to some very nasty revenge that is so deranged they haven't found words for it yet.
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  • I thoroughly detest Mark E. Smith, for example - a nasty phony, in my opinion.
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  • dispel any nasty rumors which could damage our reputation, for the sake of our animals.
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  • enemyis particularly unfortunate and nasty when we have to confront enemies in our own class.
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  • Daxter takes on a job as a pest exterminator to help wipe out a nasty bug outbreak.
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  • She had a few nasty wounds and was very feisty, even managing to bite a member of staff during her check in.
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  • A situation that was probably quite festive suddenly turns nasty, and mere tiredness turns to terror at the prospect of being drowned.
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  • A flock of Scarlet Macaws was screaming by overhead while we working some nasty little flycatcher.
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  • Our man is bleeding from a nasty gash in his head.
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  • I am starting a bit late due to my charming young children spreading nasty germs around the family.
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  • Take him to the small dry cave where the insignificant crack is, and when the nasty goblin appears, throw Elrond at him.
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  • It's never been an issue except occasionally inside football grounds where certain fans can be, erm, a bit nasty.
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  • A dissolute wizard with a nasty habit for getting his friends killed, John Constantine has let himself go.
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  • Agencies failing to observe the rules could be left with a nasty legal hangover once the festivities are over.
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  • Near the end of the races, when people are blowing out their ass, before long I can see a nasty accident happening!
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  • The hard, cold, nasty heartbreak of Neuromancer added up to more than the sum of its clever set dressing.
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  • Each nasty little hornet, Each beastly little squid; Who made the spiky urchin?
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  • He is an unpleasant man, quite horrid, a very nasty man.
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  • You can also improve your personal hygiene by stopping any nasty habits like biting your nails or picking your nose.
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  • inn keeper (a nasty, evil man) had just murdered three young boys.
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  • She tells me that you've been making some rather nasty insinuations about me.
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  • Central Asia is peppered with nasty outfits, like Nepal's Maoist insurgency, which literally bleed across borders.
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  • Many bank... Savers given nasty jolt by cuts.
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  • Big Ole Bike Bash Had a nasty knock on two wheels?
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  • I am drinking a merlot at the moment which is on the edge of ' nasty ' .
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  • She is downright nasty to those who disagree with her views.
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  • A particularly nasty strain of the virus can make normally healthy people very ill.
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  • All I needed was some something to relieve the pain from some rather nasty mosquito bites I have acquired.
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  • He comes across as a pretty nasty guy with very few redeeming features.
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  • She may be, as I am told, a thoroughly nasty piece of work.
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  • Avoid the animal's breath, as it may carry some potentially nasty bacteria.
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  • Of course, before we get a bit too nasty we should probably take a look at the memory first.
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  • The blue cast this causes alters even the true appearance of other colors in your photo, which makes this side effect particularly nasty.
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  • My only criticism is that the artwork looks a bit nasty.
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  • nasty surprise.
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  • nasty shock from your phone bill.
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  • nasty habits like biting your nails or picking your nose.
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  • nasty bug " floating around " the moment they turned the machine on.
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  • nasty sting.
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  • Stop borrowing or we'll turn really nasty " .
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  • Except don't, because it tastes very nasty.
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  • Worse, Aubrey started to get nasty with CBS ' roster of stars.
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  • The picture quality is excellent, a vast improvement on the VHS release which looked rather nasty at times.
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  • Not only did she smell nasty, she died.
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  • There are plenty of places where the course can give you a nasty nip.
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  • observe the rules could be left with a nasty legal hangover once the festivities are over.
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  • Disease comes from exposure to various nasty micro- organisms, and from genetic infirmities.
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  • This is to minimize the risk of the deploying parachute catching on the board (nasty ).
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  • Saddam may be a nasty piece of work but he had nothing to do with flying planes into the World Trade Center.
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  • On a recent backpacking trip to the Cairngorms, I wore one for 4 days, without the slightest hint of a nasty pong!
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  • Heard from a distance, in changes, bells with flat primes sound merely characterful rather than nasty.
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  • In one large glass case I have installed a violent psychopath who I met previously in a nasty pub.
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  • A serene hunting call links the ' nasty raindrops ' opening with the ' asphyxiating woodwind players ' ending.
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  • It's a relatively simple task to give football referees the instruction and necessary support to eliminate this increasingly nasty side of the game.
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  • ruminatespan>ruminating on life and how his has been mostly nasty, brutish and short.
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  • I was never as devious as him or would have been so nasty to a fellow schoolmate.
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  • STI s There are all manner of nasty problems you can pick up by having unprotected sex with someone who is infected.
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  • The can impart a nasty sting on the unwary and bare foot paddler over the sandy shallows.
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  • We'd had mass pickets before but we'd only had police with riot shields - nothing nasty.
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  • And the 2003 European Under 19 champion also got a nasty shock.
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  • Pretty nasty I know, but these plants look slender, toned and gorgeous as a result!
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  • The leads were good, the nasty sisters made an excellent job of their roles, in short nobody let the standard slip.
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  • I know that it'll be bloody slippery underfoot and it'll soon turn into nasty brown slush.
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  • speedway bike tonight following his nasty shoulder injury sustained whilst riding for King's Lynn.
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  • Including leaks, nasty spills, explosions and personnel accidents.
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  • It's a nasty, mean spirited, hateful movie.
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  • The boat began to move in short spurts with a nasty grinding sound.
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  • Watch out for the fire corals in shallow water these creamy tan or mustard colored corals can give a nasty sting.
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  • Nasty Nick - a former stockbroker, is expelled from the project.
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  • Tony Oliver was the rather stodgy solicitor Gerald, and Keith Graham was suitably nasty as the successful businessman Beevers.
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  • The smaller first fall, tends to have a nasty stopper.
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  • A professional builder should explain things clearly to ensure that there are no nasty surprises!
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  • Monkey Says: Nasty Italian syndicate threatens to reclaim land on Chinese restaurant site in Rome.
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  • synthesizer sounds set against bright and nasty drum loops.
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  • Keira Knightley: He was wearing this really nasty gray tracksuit the whole time with dots everywhere.
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  • The guard, still shaking, had developed a nasty, almost triumphant smile.
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  • Fiona Crossley traveled up from Yorkshire to take third place & 1st female veteran despite a nasty tumble on the hill.
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  • uncanny likeness to the great Ron Nasty of the Rutles.
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  • This is a brutal, nasty and wholly unnecessary provision.
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  • Are their husbands and their nasty ways the reason why they're so uptight about how they look?
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  • Sulfur can cause nasty smells that could be responsible for asparagus wee wee.
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  • You can become a celebrity by doing something wicked, mean, bad and nasty.
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  • wriggleou'll also be loving every minute of that little wriggling worm in those nifty new clothes, even the nasty solid poo.
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  • The response from Digg's readership was immediate, nasty and, ultimately, completely wrongheaded.
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  • It 's a relatively simple task to give football referees the instruction and necessary support to eliminate this increasingly nasty side of the game.
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  • February 03: The squad were forced to sit through a video nasty today - a rerun of the game against Villa.
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  • He 's ruminating on life and how his has been mostly nasty, brutish and short.
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  • Hang around and the nasty Dr. X starts to sabotage the site really !
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  • We 'd had mass pickets before but we 'd only had police with riot shields - nothing nasty.
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  • Pretty nasty I know, but these plants look slender, toned and gorgeous as a result !
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  • Naturally, being buck-toothed and wearing thick glasses, he is snubbed by everyone with snide and nasty remarks.
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  • Olly Allen took his first ride back on a speedway bike tonight following his nasty shoulder injury sustained whilst riding for King 's Lynn.
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  • It 's a nasty, mean spirited, hateful movie.
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  • A professional builder should explain things clearly to ensure that there are no nasty surprises !
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  • Frankly it 's dire stuff, all twiddles and cleverness, bright and nasty synthesizer sounds set against bright and nasty drum loops.
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  • He also bears an uncanny likeness to the great Ron Nasty of the Rutles.
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  • Diversity does not need to collapse into naked violence to produce a nasty, uncivil society.
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  • Nasty, uppity little man seemed to object to my bringing Bessie along with me.
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  • The British press was nasty, seeing it as a battle of class -- an English gentleman against an American Jewish woman upstart.
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  • Are their husbands and their nasty ways the reason why they 're so uptight about how they look?
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  • I hated my body because I had developed a nasty womb infection and that is why my pregnancy ended.
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  • And you'll also be loving every minute of that little wriggling worm in those nifty new clothes, even the nasty solid poo.
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  • The response from Digg 's readership was immediate, nasty and, ultimately, completely wrongheaded.
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  • The word nasty has such a negative connotation; you probably don't want to use it when describing your sister-in-law.
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  • The dissolutionof their friendship was caused by nasty gossip.
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  • Shopping Cart Seat Guard-You can protect your baby from all of those nasty germs left on shopping carts by covering the seat area with a shopping cart guard.
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  • Sometimes, simply keeping the skin dry and chemical free is all it takes to head off a nasty diaper rash.
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  • The cost of any spares, accessories or upgrades should also be anticipated to avoid any nasty shocks later.
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  • Over time, however, you may find that your cast iron rusts, and again that nasty habit of some metals: reactions with certain foods (usually acidic ones).
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  • The Cystitis formula seems to make urinating easier and stops that nasty behavior of peeing in the wrong places.
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  • Nothing falls between chairs, and those nasty phone calls should stop cold.
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  • When a marriage ends by agreement, the last thing either party wants is a nasty and expensive courtroom battle.
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  • Doing your homework now and evaluating how you want your bunk bed to work in the space will help you avoid nasty surprises later.
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  • The key to pale and pure looking skin is to rid your pores of any nasty toxins.
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  • You and your fish can also partake in a number of games available on the site and adventures like saving a penguin from a nasty virus.
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  • Despite California's reputation for having a warm climate and mild weather conditions, when winter storms hit, the mountain roads can get nasty.
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  • Many of the risks are the same as smoking tobacco and there are some nasty extras included for smokeless tobacco users such as an increased likelihood of having an oral cancer at some point in their life.
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  • However, herbal remedies should be standardized and regulated because like any drug, they can have nasty and even deadly side effects.
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  • Again, this means using a petroleum-based product, but a polyester curtain can be tossed in the wash when any nasty mold shows up and will thus last a long time.
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  • And let's not forget about all of those nasty rumors regarding her marriage.
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  • But then, every once in a while, a split comes along that is so shocking - or turns so nasty - that we can't look away.
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  • This divorce is getting nasty fast, as Sir Paul goes from defending his wife from gold digger accusations to sending her legal letters about removing cleaning products from the house.
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  • Despite his personal issues, which have included arrests, alleged racial slurs, and some nasty public breakups, Gibson's body of work includes comedies, dramas, and even spoofs.
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  • And then there's Mel Gibson, who in July 2006 was arrested and spurred some nasty comments about Jews to the arresting officer.
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  • No true Simon Cowell biography is complete without a few key words: American Idol, Mr. Nasty and "What the bloody hell was that?"
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  • Miss Jackson (no, not "Janet, Miss Jackson if you're nasty") is claiming that she was the surrogate mother of Prince #2.
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  • Then, Heigl made a nasty comment that she thought she didn't deserve the Emmy win because her material wasn't substantial enough.
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  • It seems more and more people these days are quitting what they consider a nasty habit, and the stars are no different.
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  • Ticks are little blood sucking pests that can pinch a free meal from you or your pet and leave behind a nasty infection or disease for your tip.
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  • The first is to spray a very nasty scent, and that is one smell that will stay with you and your dog for days.
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  • In return, they will thank you by eating all those nasty critters you don't want to have to deal with anyway.
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  • This is important because mosquitoes can transmit disease and hot, southern locals seem to be over run with these nasty bugs.
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  • While most honeysuckle vines do not share the same nasty reputation for aggressive growth for which bush honeysuckle varieties are infamous, some varieties can be invasive.
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  • It's much easier to get nasty feedback from an acoustic with a pickup than an electric guitar.
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  • Wood expands and contracts, so starting with your materials at the same temperature as the room will help you avoid nasty surprises later.
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  • This is very impressive considering that the skin care industry is generally unregulated, allowing manufacturers to use all kinds of nasty ingredients without consumers' knowledge.
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  • Not only do you avoid nasty toxins but you add beneficial nutrients.
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  • Having healthy air in the home is especially important for homes in which young babies, children, the elderly and those with allergies. organic cleaners get your home just as clean as the toxic variety without the nasty irritants.
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  • The weather can always change from nice to nasty and it's best to be prepared.
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  • Elementary-school-aged children can help Captain Broadband to find and defeat a nasty Internet character.
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  • It starts at 0% and raises from there the more bad stuff you do or the more someone recognizes you after you do the nasty gang stuff.
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  • Fortunately, you'll also collect items that will help you combat these nasty tricks.
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  • So if this game had one nasty thing about it, it would be the inconsistent graphics use.
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  • The tried-and-true PS2 controller has been unceremoniously ousted, and the usurper is a nasty looking silver batarang with a narrow, curving face.
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  • Costwold has shoes and socks for men and women, as well as foot care in case you do run into a nasty case of blisters and sore feet.
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  • Second, you may end up with a nasty virus on your iPhone, just like you can get on your computer.
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  • Nasty and cutting with his remarks, Lythgoe boosted the show's ratings.
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  • To create big hair, for example, requires a lot of backcombing and that can make for some nasty knots.
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  • Stretchmark Cream: Helps skin resist those nasty marks, and has collagen and elastin to help stop the formation of new marks.
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  • While this may work for some women, it certainly does not work for all women and, unlike the other methods listed here, can have nasty side effects.
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  • Nothing can cut short a day of swim fun faster than a nasty cut on your feet.
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  • Do not allow running around indoor and in-ground pools, as slippery surfaces can lead to nasty spills and injuries.
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  • Ever come home from a day spent swimming in the sunshine, only to realize you've developed a nasty sunburn?
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  • This particular member of the vitamin B family has proven to be vital in preventing certain nasty birth defects that could be easily avoided by popping a vitamin capsule each morning.
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  • First off, watch for lead, mercury and other nasty stuff that has no business in your system to begin with.
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  • Beware of bargains, as cutting corners to keep costs low may mean the introduction of some nasty contaminant you definitely don't want.
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  • Adults can choose between being students or teachers, there are costumes for Dumbledore and Hagrid, as well as nasty scary creatures like Dementors.
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  • OK, so it's great to be a hero and fight nasty Death Eaters, but come on, it's Halloween!
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  • There are so many fun nasty characters in the Harry Potter universe, how can you resist dressing up as one?
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  • The key to untangling this potential nasty web of lies and deceit is to ask: why?
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  • We are in the middle of a nasty divorce and child custody battle.
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  • Always double check and clarify to make sure there are no nasty shocks when the ring arrives.
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  • Setting the budget early on ensures that there are no nasty shocks at the end of the party.
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  • Checking for additional costs - There may be additional costs associated with buying from an auction and it is important to check this out before going to avoid nasty shocks.
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  • These nasty characters cast the most vicious spells, conspire against the most innocent protagonists and serve up plenty of good, old-fashioned delinquent behavior.
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  • The Scorpio man must learn discipline; this is a nasty topic that he'll resist.
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  • If you take time to buy the right shoes, you can avoid blisters, bunions, corns, calluses, and other nasty foot problems.
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  • While a small amount of damage to the shoes you wear to the office may not amount to much, a loose sole or other problem with your tennis shoes could cause a nasty fall.
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  • Never put your shoes away damp, or the next time you try to wear them you could find a nasty case of mold on the inside of your shoes!
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  • Critiques: Constructive criticism is accepted; nasty critiques are not.
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  • According to the publisher, Tattoo Savage is a "nasty and notorious magazine" for people who like "parasitic flash art and piercing displays."
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  • In some instances, these other-worldly creatures can be downright nasty, placing curses on passerby who inadvertently stumbles into their domain.
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  • The final cost ought to be checked before buying to avoid any nasty surprises.
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  • The nature of the browser offers barriers to these nasty critters and offers more secure browsing than Internet Explorer.
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  • History has a nasty way of repeating itself.
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  • The current bankruptcy law has a nasty "preference" clauses which allows the customer, once his bankruptcy is filed, to pull back this payment from you anytime during 90 days of his filing.
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  • Another type of hacker application is just as nasty.
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  • This gradually became malicious, with these nasty programs designed to destroy hard disk files or impede networks with hacker identity tags as a medal of honor.
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  • Reviews can also help you find a vehicle that gets excellent gas mileage, performs well in nasty weather conditions, or has top-notch safety ratings.
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  • Beyond that the chants can get quite nasty and mean, though usually this is reserved for the younger members of the sorority who need to be kept in line by more mature and cooler heads.
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  • Good news for the long haul of course, but short-term it's nice to have a little extra protection while insecticides, airborne pollutants and other nasty stuff is en route out.
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  • As with Atkins, the diet relies heavily on the function of insulin, since excess insulin and poor use of said insulin (i.e. the body has built up resistance to it) directly promotes fat storage along with other nasty side effects.
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  • If you don't know what you're doing, odds are you'll get yourself a nasty injury employing the techniques outlined above.
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  • Whether you are a professional athlete or a mom trying to avoid a nasty fall while balancing a child in one arm and groceries in the other, strong abs are a welcome asset.
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  • Nothing derails a good fitness effort quicker than a nasty back or shoulder injury.
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  • Nothing throws off the most well-intentioned effort as a nasty injury.
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  • With drip-brewed coffee, the paper filters not only catch all those nasty coffee grinds that can ruin a cup of coffee but they also filter out many of the essential oils.
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  • The side that attaches to the strap is comprised of microscopic hooks, while the opposite side is a hypoallergenic material that acts to grip against the skin, without any adhesives to leave a nasty residue.
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  • Whether to keep you warm when hitting the slopes or trekking through town on a nasty day, or as an alternative to pajamas, long underwear is a classic, non-bulky layer that you just can't go without.
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  • Morrissey will try to forget that nasty business with the FBI by being interviewed for SXSW on March 16.
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  • Of course, once you become a popular P2P downloading service, you put yourself directly in the crosshairs of the RIAA, and soon iMesh found itself on the end of one of those nasty trade infringement lawsuits.
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  • Whichever option you choose, you can rest assured that these files should be free of viruses and other nasty things that could harm your computer.
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  • Using illegal downloading sites and programs can get you in trouble with the law, and it can also give your computer a nasty virus.
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  • This process of elimination propels just about all the action in the game, and it often gets downright nasty.
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  • Kayla got into a nasty physical altercation with the two Ambers, and felt like the other girls were ganging up on her.
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  • She's drop-dead gorgeous but she is also self-serving, narcissistic and a little nasty.
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  • In the American version he is cast as the "nasty" judge, similar to Simon Cowell's persona on American Idol.
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  • Fett. No wonder he is such a nasty character!
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  • As you may deduce by the prefix "un" the Unseelie Court includes fairies who, unlike the Seelie Court fairies, are nasty toward humans.
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  • "So, Speck," she said with an exaggerated sigh, "they're more like humans with some nasty disease that might have a cure and not like vamps, which are just good for pushing up daisies.
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  • This was a very nasty question, given the high number of real beauties in night attire!
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  • fannyy bang on endlessly about poo and hairy fannies, and are entirely clued up about such nasty tricks as emotional blackmail.
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  • We think of an old, wrinkled hag with a nasty wart on her nose.
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  • nasty gash that ran several inches along his waist.
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  • There is something nasty, something wrong, in the feeling she excites in me.
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  • Despite their pale swollen faces and tattered uniforms, the hussars formed line for roll call, kept things in order, groomed their horses, polished their arms, brought in straw from the thatched roofs in place of fodder, and sat down to dine round the caldrons from which they rose up hungry, joking about their nasty food and their hunger.
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  • Trying to convict her, he told her she had worn him out, had caused his quarrel with his son, had harbored nasty suspicions of him, making it the object of her life to poison his existence, and he drove her from his study telling her that if she did not go away it was all the same to him.
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  • First there's his nasty divorce and now this?
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  • According to the website Holistic Online, acne is the scientific term for what many usually refer to as zits, pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and other nasty irritants that camp out in the skin.
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  • The body, in an effort to fight the substances, releases histamines and gets to work fighting the nasty substances.
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  • While there are a variety of treatments related to skin care for adult acne, the best way to avoid nasty breakouts later in life is prevention.
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  • These nasty fungi may be acquired from sharing a public pool or common shower, or by skin contact.
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  • Wearing slippers or flip flops in a public shower may deter nasty fungus from seeping under your skin.
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  • If you don't have something nice to say don't say anything at all: Unless you are calling out the blogger on something he or she said, don't be judgmental or nasty with your comments.
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  • Even if you are not attempting to monetize your blog, submitting it to social bookmarking websites may leave you open to spammers, stalkers and people who love to make nasty comments.
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  • On your website, it is an opportunity to allow users to do the same - but in making it a guestbook, you hopefully avoid the tendency of people to be nasty when they can be anonymous.
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  • One particularly nasty trick would fill the background of the page with text the same color as the background - so the search engine 'bots would read the text even though the viewer never saw it.
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  • He's a mighty nasty fellow and if he was as mad as you say, I wouldn't put it past him to hurt her.
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  • He'll make things right with Rhyn after their nasty break?
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  • That's a nasty word coming out of that pretty mouth.
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  • You worked like wegular bwicks and it's nasty work!
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  • It's a nasty country all the same.
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  • "Oh, the nasty beasts!" said he with disgust.
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  • He was a nasty son-of-a-bitch.
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  • I have seen her through some pretty nasty heartache, but honestly, I'm not confident she could survive losing you, and now she won't have to.
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  • Now insects that possess noxious attributes, and the same is true of other animals, usually have a conspicuous warning coloration which appeals to the eyes of enemies and helps them to remember more easily the cause of an unpleasant experience, helps in fact to establish a psychical association between a particular style of coloration and a nasty taste or a painful wound.
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  • Writing of the Tibetan he states: "As a beverage he drinks, all day long, cupfuls of, hot buttered tea, which is really a soup or broth made by boiling tea-leaves with rancid butter and balls of dough, and adding a little salt, and straining - a decoction which was invariably nasty to our taste, though no doubt it is wholesome; for it is not merely a stimulating hot drink in the cold, but overcomes the danger of drinking unboiled water in a country where the water supply is dangerously polluted."
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  • In much of his writings, and in his general attitude, there was to most people an undertone of rather nasty suggestion which created prejudice against him, and his novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891), with all its sparkle and cleverness, impressed them more from this point of view than from its purely literary brilliance.
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  • "Phoo!" snarled the kitten; "I wouldn't touch the nasty things!"
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