Oraciones con la palabra "virulent"

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1. Never did he relent, always he was virulent.
2. It was consumption of the most virulent kind.
3. They hated them with a special virulent hatred….
4. I don’t know how long it can remain virulent in a cadaver.
5. The situation is as bad as the most virulent critics of the Mounties feared.
6. The Sheik Omar Brigade was one of the most virulent anti-West haters on the.
7. Well, not that good, the biopsy will tell us how virulent the mass is, its.

8. Science, if these views are accepted, furnishes an underpinning for the most virulent nihilism.
9. I also managed to avoid getting addicted to any of the virulent chemicals in common use up there.
10. And in some cases, their anger and hatred is so virulent, they manage to have a physical presence.
11. Besides, he would say, the virulent opposi-tion of President Simón Bolívar was no laughing matter.
12. The virulent stuff grows in serpentine-shaped colonies like this, he sketched freely on the paper.
13. The whole subject raises all sorts of questions—and no shortage of virulent opinion as to the answers.
14. It was purple, mostly, though its skin was mottled with raised blue spots that looked like outgrowths of a virulent mold.
15. Hatred is only an excessively virulent form of the ordinary kind of monocultural racism that afflicts all cultures and all people.
16. Sure enough one of the cacti, with wide-spreading leaves which trailed on the ground for several yards, proved to be the seat of the virulent fumes.
17. Mori-Ori confirmed Boran and smiled at the figure of a mid twenty-year-old male, who had previously died of a virulent form of flu virus and whose molar teeth had provided the cells.
18. They became a wave of righteous fanatics whose personal religiosity, the culture of personal religion… was more powerfully evil, more virulent, than the older cultures of civilized evil.
19. Bartley, who recently described the work of Friedrich von Hayek in the Opinion section of The Wall Street Journal, Fascism and communism are the more virulent cousins of socialism.
20. In the case of a total separation from Great Britain, which, unless prevented by a union of this kind, seems very likely to take place, those factions would be ten times more virulent than ever.
21. Eventually I decided to take matters into my own hands, telling strangers who insisted they’d had a drunken hookup with me that they should get tested for a particularly virulent strain of herpes.
22. They would disseminate into the mind of the reader not only, that man is essentially immortal and continues after death, but that whosoever opposes it, is a virulent, malignant enemy of the truth.
23. For example: a full 80% of Napoleon’s Grande Armee retreating from Moscow; had a host of sexual diseases that were so virulent, and infected them so deeply: that their bones and skulls were deformed by it.
24. The living Constitution, already under intensive care, is threatened by a yet more virulent infection from professors and theorists able to speak more candidly than judges as to what they are actually up to.
25. This is a particularly virulent example, but diseases often flare up at markets, and part of the reason they spread so fast may be that we have the sick and the well eating and sleeping and going to the latrine together.
26. It would, at least, deliver them from those rancourous and virulent factions which are inseparable from small democracies, and which have so frequently divided the affections of their people, and disturbed the tranquillity of their governments, in their form so nearly democratical.
27. When the reading of Denisov’s virulent reply, which took more than an hour, was over, Rostov said nothing, and he spent the rest of the day in a most dejected state of mind amid Denisov’s hospital comrades, who had round him, telling them what he knew and listening to their stories.
28. When the reading of Denísov’s virulent reply, which took more than an hour, was over, Rostóv said nothing, and he spent the rest of the day in a most dejected state of mind amid Denísov’s hospital comrades, who had gathered round him, telling them what he knew and listening to their stories.
29. Somerset, aware that Ottilie, now grown from a child into an exquisitely beautiful and marriageable young woman, was destined by a hardened sinner like the princess for a wealthier husband than a poor newspaper man with no particular prospects, could not, however, quite understand the reason for the virulent hatred of which he was the object.
30. The effect was to make him so dreadfully sick, with blood-spitting, that his lungs became affected; he was taken to a hospital, and a few weeks after he died of virulent consumption! Well, on that day, you know, after the letter, it struck me that I would do the same; and why do you think I chose consumption? Because I was afraid of any more sudden death? Perhaps.
31. Slightly disturbed in his sentrybox by the brazier of live coke the watcher of the corporation stones who, though now broken down and fast breaking up, was none other in stern reality than the Gumley aforesaid, now practically on the parish rates, given the temporary job by Pat Tobin in all human probability from dictates of humanity knowing him before shifted about and shuffled in his box before composing his limbs again in to the arms of Morpheus, a truly amazing piece of hard lines in its most virulent form on a fellow most respectably connected and familiarised with decent home comforts all his life who came in for a cool 100 pounds a year at one time which of course the doublebarrelled ass proceeded to make general ducks and drakes of.
32. Coatl nodded and agreed to be at their lodge in the afternoon, he left it to their discretion to choose the disease, stipulating that it must be virulent, deadly, and have highly visible symptoms, sores, rashes, lumps, he then went on to tell them that they would be on show for the Teoti and would tell the sad story of the disease, one of two things would happen upon meeting citizens of Teotihuacan, one, they will slay you out of hand or two, they will chase you away, hopefully they will choose the later once they see your pitiful condition, but most important of all you must pass on the news of the planned mass exodus of the surviving Toltec the day after the next full moon, an exodus designed to take the remaining survivors north, through the valley of Axber, back to the ancient land of their birth and so to freedom.

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