How To Use Scorpion In A Sentence

  • Blackpool Scorpions notched their first away win of the season against a good attacking Leigh team.
  • The male scorpion fly possesses what is called a notal organ, a clamp behind its wings.
  • The scorpions hereabouts are known for the potency of their venom. Somewhere East of Life
  • When the scorpion stings him before he can get to it, it introduces pain and panic.
  • The sting of a scorpion is in its tail.
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  • Ahead, a line of massive, two-tailed scorpions scuttled through the eastern gate and swarmed among fallen hunks of ceiling. GuildWars Edge of Destiny
  • Mecoptera: long-winged: neuropterous insects with similar, large, unfolded wings; mouth mandibulate, prolonged into a beak: head free; thorax agglutinated; transformations complete: the scorpion flies or Panorpidae. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
  • The scorpion spends its days under loose stones, bark, boards, and floors of outhouses.
  • Fully - charged Devourers will rip apart a large Scorpion army quite quickly.
  • Toys made of rubber in the shape of snakes, lizards, chameleons, scorpions and crabs are selling like hot cakes.
  • Terrestrial animal life was limited to unwinged insects like millipedes and scorpions.
  • There were scorpions inside jars, and papers were cluttered underneath them; drawings of spiders, centipedes, and large ants.
  • The scorpion is crablike in appearance and has claw-like pinchers.
  • Then the scorpion changed to a vulture and the serpent became an eagle which set upon the vulture, and hunted him for an hour's time, till he became a black tom cat, which miauled and grinned and spat. Arabian nights. English
  • If you really were stung by a scorpion, which I doubt, it was a mark of an anatomical displacement. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • Scientists have observed a dolphin trying to get a reluctant moray eel to come out of its crevice by poking it with the spiny body of a dead scorpionfish.
  • Species such as the scorpion fish, stonefish and lionfish, are found in the Pacific Ocean, Australia and the temperate waters of the tropics. Fish poisonings and envenomations
  • While a movie like The Scorpion King has mythic pretensions, it merely parades lifeless mythic cliches that lack the timeless gravity of moral tales.
  • Ticks belong to the class Arachnida, which counts mites, spiders and scorpions among its members.
  • The boundary of the Amorites was from Scorpion Pass to Sela beyond.
  • Scorpions which hunt live prey, usually insects or small rodents (not humans), are able to grasp the victim in their pincers and whip over the tail to sting and paralyse them.
  • Another one of the baby scorpions had dug a kind of foxhole on the far side of the tank from the main cave, and was popping out at irregular but lengthy intervals. Jonas Hellborg & friends (& Jaafar) @Templeball round (3)2, and yappy dog
  • Then Yarrell's blennies and butterfish revealed themselves, along with long-spined scorpionfish in considerable numbers.
  • However, no one had yet been bitten by a venomous serpent, a scorpion, or a centiped, although we had killed all of the three within camp limits. IX. Down an Unknown River into the Equatorial Forest
  • The Cape is also infested by scorpions, whose sting is little less virulent than a snake-bite; and by the spider called the tarantula, which is extremely dreaded. Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 436 Volume 17, New Series, May 8, 1852
  • Larger, yet still immature, wolf fish, and scorpion fish peered curiously at us from crevices in the rock, waiting no doubt for a passing meal or the opportunity to dart out and seize some unsuspecting prey.
  • Rascasse is the equivalent of scorpionfish, a white and moist fish, with a tightly textured flesh.
  • Mr. Feldman acknowledges these differences — starting with his title drawn from a Frankfurter law clerk 's characterization of the Supreme Court as "nine scorpions in a bottle" — but tries to celebrate all four "great justices" equally, as if their negative estimations of each other were mere personal foibles. The New Dealers
  • Turning swiftly toward its prey, the scorpion darts forward with pincers outstretched, finally grabbing and stinging its victim.
  • The number one phobia in the United States, affecting 50% of women and 25% of men is Arachnophobia, the irrational fear of spiders, scorpions, ticks, mites, and other eight-legged creepy-crawlies. Halloween Books: Rare Books About Spiders, Scorpions, Ticks And Other Beasts
  • She had a hoverfly (waspy looking), two craneflies (mosquitoey looking), a giant tarantula hawk wasp, and a delicate baby scorpion. The Higher Power of Lucky
  • Safe for now the Scorpion continued on its journey, its targets for tonight were insects, spiders, centipedes, and other scorpions.
  • Little marine life has been attracted to the wreck, apart from the odd moray eel and scorpionfish and a shoal of cardinalfish buzzing around the cockpit.
  • Scientists had noted that during a sting, scorpions expel a clear liquid followed by a cloudy one.
  • I play lead guitar for legendary heavy metal German rockers The Scorpions.
  • While the true scorpions have been classified in the Arachnida along with the scorpions, spiders, mites, etc, these being primarily terrestrial.
  • Scorpions are arachnids, relatives of spiders and ticks.
  • If the venom is potent (such as from certain spiders and scorpions) or if you are hypersensitive to the venom, the entire body may react.
  • Larvae develop as parasitoids of 13 insect orders, spider eggs, ticks, pseudoscorpions, and nematodes, or as primary or secondary feeders on plant tissue.
  • Cockroaches, scorpions, earwigs, mosquitoes, termites, beetles, ants and even fleas, present different challenges to homeowner ... read more fauna how-to lifestyles Mi Pullman: remodeling a Mexican Art Nouveau townhouse I
  • The hens also have helped control scorpions - they peck off the stinger and then work on the rest.
  • Snake eels, blue-ribbon eels, exotic dragonets, inimicus scorpionfish, stonefish, seahorses and a host of other well-camouflaged species will slowly reveal themselves.
  • The braize, the sea-scorpion, the black conger, the muraena, and the piper or sea-cuckoo are found alike in shallow and deep waters. The History of Animals
  • Scientists have observed a dolphin trying to get a reluctant moray eel to come out of its crevice by poking it with the spiny body of a dead scorpionfish.
  • Panorpidae (true scorpionflies) is the most speciose family of mecopterans.
  • Coral outcrops and pinnacles are home to moray eels, scorpionfish and blue-spotted rays. Globe and Mail
  • This is a kelp forest: few fish, but sightings of ghost shrimp, lumpsucker, scorpionfish, nudibranchs, comb jellyfish and isopods can be expected.
  • The exposed foundations of the north-western wall, where the slabs of grit rest upon the sands of the cliff, afforded signs of man in the shape of a jaw-bone, with teeth apparently modern; and above it, in the terreplein, we dug down upwards of a yard, without any result beyond unearthing a fine black scorpion. The Land of Midian
  • I'd point and laugh and skoff, except so am I. Taj councils Eddie to be careful where he grabs the scorpions. Tallulah Morehead: Survivor Tocantins: The Loved One
  • Certain verses are credited with curative powers: for example, the first sura or chapter, known as the Opening, is good for scorpion bites; the last two are good for various illnesses.
  • Meanwhile, witches' brooms serve as a safe haven for daddy longlegs and pseudoscorpions.
  • Juvenile rockmover wrasse and dwarf scorpionfish, ghost pipefish, razorfish, stonefish, mantis shrimps, snake eels, and the flamboyant anemone hermit crab are frequently seen in this area.
  • The leader of this legion of tormenting scorpions was Apollyon, meaning “the Destroyer.” Can America Survive?
  • A few yards away, a South African officer has found one of the small but highly poisonous scorpions which infest the area.
  • Fishy attractions include huge scorpionfish, lionfish, lots of lizardfish, triggerfish and surgeons and many different wrasse varieties.
  • Occasionally, scorpions would lift their pedipalps and pectines, reorient by moving forward or pivoting, then re-adopt the alert stance.
  • The fire of course revives the torpid scorpion, which then menaces Margaret but is eventually subdued when they manage to throw it into a pot of boiling water.
  • It contains advice for every imaginable hostile situation, from how to booby-trap a napkin, to how to conduct a drive-by shooting, to how to recognize a rattlesnake or treat a scorpion sting. The Longest War
  • Inceoglu collected venom - carefully - by permitting scorpions to sting vials covered with a film.
  • If you let go a snake or a scorpion, you're guilty of doing harm to your companion.
  • He spoke of the long moonless night lyings-in - wait, the pestilential fens, the rivers envenomed by leaves of poison-plants, the deep snow-drifts, the scorching suns, the scorpions, and rains of grasshoppers; he also descanted on the peculiarities of the great lions of the Atlas, their way of fighting, their phenomenal vigour; and their ferocity in the mating season. Tartarin of Tarascon
  • A little south of east the constellation of the Scorpion was fully up, with red Antares glowing in its neck; while dominating, majestic Jupiter swam, an hour and a half risen, in the east— (no moon till after 11.) Hours for the Soul. Specimen Days
  • And was thy leader in the great and terrible wilderness, wherein there was the serpent burning with his breath, and the scorpion and the dipsas, and no waters at all: who brought forth streams out of the hardest rock, The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Book 05: Deuteronomy The Challoner Revision
  • On the evening of the 5th of October a small snake and several very large scorpions came crawling about us as we sat round the fire; we managed to bottle the scorpions, but though we wounded the snake it escaped; I was very anxious to methylate him also, but it appeared he had other ideas, and I should not be at all surprised if a pressing interview with his undertaker was one of them. Australia Twice Traversed, Illustrated,
  • Absolutely stunning CGI slowly degrades into a very unconvincing PS2 version of the Rock as the Scorpion King.
  • Extending into The Gila the Chihuahuan and Sonoran deserts offer the desert element complete with yucca, mesquite, cactus, lizards, snakes, scorpions and the venomous Gila Monster.
  • It's a fish magnet, home to swirling schools of baitfish and snappers, multitudes of groupers, and more scorpionfish per square metre than I have ever seen before.
  • AIM:To observe the effects of the further analgesic active component extracted from scorpion venom(SV-A) on the function rehabilitation and neurohistology of neuralgia animal model.
  • He insists that if it doesn't include rascasse (scorpion fish), then it isn't authentic, and he will also add dorade (bream), turbot and monkfish. Jay Weston: Authentic Bouillabaisse on Bastille Day at South Coast Plaza
  • I remember having a scorpion on my helmet once.
  • Water once again laps against the muelles at Scorpion Island, Ajijic, Mezcala and other Ribera communities. A Season Of Hope
  • Miller said he also hopes to study the relationship, if any, between Doliodus problematicus and giant, ancient sea scorpions, a type of eurypterid related to horseshoe crabs.
  • And, holy tarnation, to get to the town of Wayne you gotta cross eleven bridges and be able to spit directly upon a scorpion from high atop yer horse.
  • However in some lacewings the head may also appear to be extended, though never to the extent of a scorpionfly.
  • Most scorpion stings are merely painful, leading to swelling in the immediate region of the sting, but some scorpions of northern Africa and the American southwest can be deadly.
  • The book is most vivid when McGovern is relating his own research experiences -- how he was able to determine that a grog of wine, beer, and mead was prepared for a royal funeral feast at Gordion in Turkey, or how he learned that jars in the tomb of the Egyptian king Scorpion I at Abydos contained resinated wine imported from the southern Levant. Books: Roots of the Vine
  • In the other fixture S&R Vikings put in a tremendous effort to whitewash Neata Glass Scorpions, taking the honours with 9 -.
  • A night dive on the house reef revealed spiny lobsters and red crabs, morays, scorpionfish and lionfish.
  • Bearded scorpionfish lurk everywhere - in crevices, on ledges and under rocky overhangs of stacked boulders - so keep your eyes peeled.
  • These are the second pair of appendages on the body, and are usually rather inconspicuous in arachnids, but in scorpions, they are large and powerful pincers which may be used to grasp and subdue prey.
  • Not only were the blisters painful, but Mark once pulled on his army-issue socks and shoved his foot into a boot, only to feel the decidedly new sensation of a scorpion sting. With Love and Laughter, John Ritter
  • They look like scorpions without tail or claws, and they live from animals' droppings.
  • Pulmonate snails, millipedes, scorpions, spiders and mites were certainly present, but are not known from fossils.
  • Moving from Libra into Scorpius on the 20th, Mars buzzes past the arc of three stars known as the Crown of the Scorpion.
  • Dr Selden said the Megarachne, a giant eurypterid or sea scorpion, is closely related to a creature called Woodwardopterus, from the Carboniferous Period, found in Scotland and with relatives in South Africa.
  • Despite that, the Scorpions pulled back to within three points, but Liverpool played out the final minute to lift the trophy.
  • So the frog was convinced and allowed the scorpion on his back.
  • a peacock with spread wings, a fish, cuckoo, scorpion, a child's doll, a sieve, a pattern of Sita's cookroom and representations of all female ornaments. The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II
  • Pour me a glass of rum and within the vapors rises a raucous and even romantic history of joy, tragedy and debauchery: tippling houses in Barbados in the early 1600's, where British settlers supped the earliest permutation of rum, which they referred to as "kill-devil"; jug wielding pirates careening through the streets of Port Royal in Jamaica, wildly spending their pieces of eight plundered from the Spanish and British empires; independence-minded American revolutionaries huddled in taverns drinking rum Flips and plotting their resistance against the heavy taxes imposed upon them by the British; Americans fleeing Prohibition downing Daiquiris and Swizzles in the jammed bars of Havana; opulent tiki palaces serving Mai Tais, flaming Scorpion bowls, Hurricanes and Fog Cutters to lei-festooned business-men and June Cleaveresque housewives. Slashfood
  • Within the wreck are conger, lobsters, edible and swimming crabs, packs of prawns, cuttlefish, topknots, flounders, scorpionfish and a host of blennies and shannies.
  • If you let go a snake or a scorpion, you're guilty of doing harm to your companion.
  • Those Scorpion Shell obtained the lock A formula is a blast, or to buy the A?
  • Last night, however, I managed to secure and methylate a good-sized scorpion. Australia Twice Traversed, Illustrated,
  • There is also a variety of animals such as boars, water-birds, doves, lions, scorpions, oxheads and cocks, as well as different designed gorgoneia.
  • Dominant fishes include representatives of families that are typical of hard bottom, such as congers, moras, scorpionfishes, and wreckfishes.
  • As much as it dents my already injured pride, Scorpion is right.
  • Diplopods were predominant in biomass owing to the their large size, but spiders still constituted 27.8% of the total biomass, followed by coleopterans, dictyopterans, and scorpionids.
  • Pterois volitans are differentiated from other scorpionfishes by having 13 rather than 12 poisonous dorsal spines and 14 long, feather-like pectoral rays.
  • In the shallower water gather surgeonfish, triggerfish, scorpionfish, goatfish and giant clams.
  • This type of feeding can be found among certain spiders, mantids, scorpions, copepods, and midges.
  • Ballan wrasse, dragonets, scorpionfish, butterfish and topknots (common and Norwegian) all occur frequently.
  • Teah, 24, a Lieutenant-Colonel, has tattoos of a scorpion and a cobra on each bicep.
  • It had a man's face with 3 rows of extremely sharp teeth in each jaw, a lion's body and a long tail with a sting like a scorpion's.
  • Large salt depressions with basaltic rock buttes (Yeroyulanduz Lake) harbor a number of halophile vertebrate and invertebrate species, many of them rare or endemic, such as gecko Bunopus tuberculatus and scorpion Kraepelinia palpator. Badkhiz-Karabil semi-desert
  • The children were given the chance to handle giant snails, snake, frogs, tarantulas, scorpions, millipedes and cockroaches.
  • He shows me what is inside the bowl—a tiny scorpion curled into a half-moon. The Memory Palace
  • They offered me a morsel of their rococo scorpion roll, which snaked across a plate in sinuous curves.
  • There might be scorpions and centipedes underneath, which can bite very painfully.
  • Checking carefully in nooks and crannies can often reveal tompot blennies and the occasional small scorpionfish.
  • Stay at Lembeh Resort lembehresort.com, grab your underwater camera and follow your dive master as he points out the weird and the wonderful: frogfish, ornate ghost pipefish, flying gurnards and devil scorpionfish. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • A crossbow device, larger than an arbalest but smaller than a ballista, was called a scorpion.
  • Above his head, Jasmine curls her body into a Scorpion, her expression demure, bordering on bashful. Cheer!
  • Snake eels, blue-ribbon eels, exotic dragonets, inimicus scorpionfish, stonefish, seahorses and a host of other well-camouflaged species will slowly reveal themselves.
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  • Oh, and I have seen only two scorpions since coming here two+years ago and they were both brought onto our property in firewood stored previously in a rural field. pet's critters
  • In Egypt it was at first the Scorpion, first zodiacal sign after Libra, and for a long time chief of the winter signs; then it was the Bear, or the polar Ass, called Typhon, that is to say, deluge, ** on account of the rains which deluge the earth during the dominion of that star. The Ruins, or, Meditation on the Revolutions of Empires and the Law of Nature
  • This reminds me of the moral from an Aesop fable about a scorpion that gets a ride across a river on the back of a frog, but stings the frog to death before they get to the other side.
  • Ballan wrasse, dragonets, scorpionfish, butterfish and topknots (common and Norwegian) all occur frequently.
  • The sea lashed the rock like angry scorpions wishing for release from a cage making small droplets of water fly up.
  • In addition to honey, their diet included scorpions, spiders, insects, mice, lizards, frogs, snakes and fruit, she said.
  • The rubble and bommies offer good hunting for leaf scorpionfish, ornate ghost pipefish and many small surprises, while out on the sand various sand octopus species are common, along with devilfish, robust ghost pipefish and more.
  • A widespread belief that basil bred scorpions is reiterated in the old herbals.
  • Oh, but blimey, while we were in there we saw chocolate ants, and chocolate locusts, and sugared scorpions.
  • The scorpion holds an infamous place in Greek mythology as the slayer of Orion.
  • Many, from small topknots and scorpionfish to the ever-smiling tompot blennies, are of no interest to anglers.
  • We found a small turtle resting in the sand, a beautiful scorpionfish, a balloonfish, and several eels.
  • Lilith herself is shown as a mixture of wolf, lion and scorpion.
  • When an ayah tried to comfort the crying child, she inadvertently caused the scorpion hidden in its nightdress to sting repeatedly until the baby died.
  • The best fish to use is one that is indigenous only to the Mediterranean: the scorpion fish rascasse in French and scorpna in Greek. The Summer of My Greek Tavérna
  • Immunity of the same nature can be acquired in the same way against snake and scorpion poisons, and against certain vegetable toxins, _e. g._ ricin, abrin, &c. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"
  • This is the tactic used by scorpions, another group of chelicerate predators.
  • Mpshe, on Monday said he was puzzled by statements saying the Scorpions are to be 'disbanded' on the one hand, and 'dissolved' on the other, the SABC reported. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Movie executives enjoyed the Rock's work so much that Universal inked him to a deal to star in ‘The Scorpion King,’ a prequel to ‘The Mummy Returns.’
  • Other than scorpions, centipedes have to be the most disgusting bug on earth.
  • Patients and doctors differ when it comes to daily health activities New book by 12 world-leading scientists calls for renewed approach to drug policy Educational event: SCAI highlights gender and racial disparities in treating cardiovascular disease Belatacept costimulation blocker can prevent rejection of new organs by the immune system Phase II clinical trial result of abiraterone drug shows promise for advanced prostate cancer Research suggests scorpion venom could be an alternative to morphine painkiller THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • Highway patrol cars, camouflaged like scorpions against the desert, wait to ambush overexuberant drivers. Times, Sunday Times
  • As much as it dents my already injured pride, Scorpion is right.
  • A gaff is also good for beating off wayward locals, snakes, centipedes, scorpions, dogs etc.
  • One inverted, belly top, equestrian, scorpions crawling acrobatics is more realistic.
  • Arachnids are represented in Sweden by spiders, harvestmen, pseudoscorpions and acarids.
  • Below them goatfish, wrasses and scorpionfish frolicked amongst the kelp holdfasts.
  • The enzymes and toxins in scorpion venom are used by the arachnid to paralyse its prey and digest its food.
  • The inspection forms part of a national environmental compliance campaign, dubbed Operation Ferro, in which the Green Scorpions are targeting iron and steel and ferroalloy industries around the country. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Mark's passion for peculiar pets started when he collected caterpillars, beetles and scorpions as a child.
  • The mother had jokingly advised her not to go to any wild parties or get bitten on the leg by a scorpion.
  • The Tooth Cave pseudoscorpion is a large, eyeless pseudoscorpion with elongated appendages.
  • Arachnids are members of a class of animals that includes spiders, scorpions, mites, and ticks.
  • Invertebrate stocks that colonized Ascension underwent a variety of evolutionary changes including phyletic evolution leading to endemic status, adaptation to subterranean life (Araneae, Pseudoscorpiones, Collembola, and Psocoptera), character release (phorid Diptera), and probably splitting of lineages (speciation) within the island (Isopoda, Collembola, and gryllid Orthoptera). Ascension scrub and grasslands
  • But I don't speak of the years in which that scorpion has been enjoying a salary and smoking canaster at my expense. What Will He Do with It? — Volume 01
  • The term "bug," while having a specific taxonomic meaning, is also used as an umbrella term to include land-arthropods in general, including arachnids, like scorpions and spiders. Daniella Martin: What Do Bugs Taste Like, Anyway?
  • The catapults were likewise called onagers, after the wild asses which fling up stones with their feet, and the ballistas scorpions, on account of a hook which stood upon the tablet, and being lowered by a blow of the fist, released the spring. Salammbo
  • Large terrestrial scorpions would be among the top predators.
  • In the shallower water gather surgeonfish, triggerfish, scorpionfish, goatfish and giant clams.
  • The scorpion has a sting that can be deadly.
  • The cast includes rabbits, pigs, cows, cats, scorpions, seagulls, snails, penguins and bats.
  • ‘I'm a little concerned about shaking scorpions out of my boots every morning and finding creepy-crawlies in my sleeping bag,’ he said.
  • O let them not bring about their damned designs that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of Thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing. Life of John Milton
  • Those locks which stung like scorpions along her cheeks were bent, and her neck was bowed in blandishment, and her hips quivered as she went. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • It was not until the autofocus hit the mark that I noted the jaws of the scorpionfish trapping the poor butterfish.
  • Some of the fish orders with both fresh and saltwater species are the toadfish order, garpike order, bowfin, sturgeon, herring/anchovy, salmon/trout/pike, catfish, clingfish, stickleback, scorpionfish, and flatfish orders.
  • Went to Accipiter and found an excellent shadow box of a large malaysian phasmid stick insect I was thinking about using for photographs for Phasmatodea, and a really nice shadow box of a scorpion specimen. stick, shopping, solaris, s'DJ
  • Many predators will take a wide variety of prey, but some species of snakes feed exclusively on other snakes, others want only rodents, and still others concentrate on snails or scorpions.
  • It has led, among other things, to his being bitten by a snake and several times by scorpions.
  • In a sandy gully bounded by low, fissured limestone sides, we come across a pogge and a long-spined scorpion fish, a tub gurnard and finally a lemon sole.
  • These hot and dry rocky slopes support scorpions, tarantulas, collared lizards, pygmy rattlesnakes, roadrunners, and prickly pear cacti.
  • There are approximately 2,000 species of scorpions; of those, only around 40 to 50 contain deadly venom.
  • Yesterday, he took his Rainforest Roadshow to the school and introduced the children to tropical insects such as millipedes, tarantulas and scorpions.
  • It was not until the autofocus hit the mark that I noted the jaws of the scorpionfish trapping the poor butterfish.
  • In Egypt the Scorpion first ruled, the sign next the Balance, and long the chief of the Winter signs; and then the Polar Bear or Ass, called Typhon, that is, _deluge_, on account of the rains which inundated the earth while that constellation domineered. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
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  • As the frog struggles against the current with the scorpion on his back, he suddenly feels the piercing sting of the scorpion's tail.
  • The cup-boy is a sun rising from the dark underworld symbolised by his collar; his cheek-mole is a crumb of ambergris, his nose is a scymitar grided at the curve; his lower lip is a jujube; his teeth are the Pleiades or hailstones; his browlocks are scorpions; his young hair on the upper lip is an emerald; his side beard is a swarm of ants or a Lám The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • A magnificent short-spined scorpionfish with an impressive pink and dirty tan camouflage posed brilliantly, its huge eyes following my every move.
  • At other shops the undercover vets found tarantulas and scorpions within reach of children, fish in murky tanks and ignorant staff who recommended dangerous animals for family homes.
  • Director "Henry L. Egan" was in fact Enrique López Eguiluz, who had no other major works in the genre, but much of the film's stylistic impact is owed to the particolored scope cinematography of Emilio Foriscot, who previously shot Jess Franco's LABIOS ROJOS 1960, his first "Red Lips" movie and later worked with Sergio Martino on THE CASE OF THE SCORPION'S TAIL and THE STRANGE VICE OF MRS. WARDH. WOLFSTEIN!
  • He snatched up his own scorpion tail and jogged after the sylvari. GuildWars Edge of Destiny
  • Besides their unusually long and dangerous tails, scorpions also differ from other arachnids in having large pedipalps.
  • If the lactic acid joyful poison is because organizes to lack long or the circulation fades the scorpion to cause, its clinical manifestation is mainly primary affection's symptom.
  • More than 70 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, 80 species of reptiles and amphibians, and hundreds of insects, spiders and scorpions have been recorded in the reserve.
  • Coral outcrops and pinnacles are home to moray eels, scorpionfish and blue-spotted rays. Globe and Mail
  • Bayard2s sword stilled, and Sir Robert stood stiffly behind him, his hand stretched toward the Scorpion in silent anguish. Virginity
  • In shallow waters, you'll eventually get tired of tripping over monkfish (angler fish) of all sizes, plaice, turbot, soles, gurnards, scorpionfish and literally hundreds of edible crabs and lobsters.
  • Is it true that there is a new treatment for brain tumors involving scorpion venom?
  • Low-lying plains sprawl across half the equatorial region in the shape of a scorpion.
  • Scorpion fish, butterfish, scallops, prawns, peacock worms, cuttlefish and dragonets all go about their business among the many stationary species of aquatic life.
  • Gurnards, flatheads, scorpionfishes, greenlings, and sculpins live in the Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic oceans.
  • She found the poison sting still in his body and from the odour, she knew that he had come to the child in the form of a scorpion.
  • Asked to carry the scorpion across the river the rat agrees reluctantly, his insurance being the promise that his passenger is unlikely to sting as that will kill the rat and drown him.
  • a highly-savoured red ant, and the _hahinni_, a large black formica terribly graveolent; flies like the tzetze, centipedes, scorpions, and venomous spiders, which make men 'writhe like cut worms.' To The Gold Coast for Gold, Vol. II A Personal Narrative
  • They include such things as spiders, leeches, millipedes, pill bugs, flatworms, mites, beetles, and water dwellers such as water scorpions and nematode worms.
  • The rocky reefs and the small caverns formed within them are home to groupers, moray and conger eels, scorpionfish, many octopuses and the occasional spiny lobster.
  • Although scorpion stings can be devastatingly painful, they are not usually lethal to humans.
  • Most of the intriguing species were examined only in death; dragged in by fishermen's nets, such as the giant spider crab, sharks, scorpion fish and snake eels.
  • Among the wildlife in headlong flight is a scorpion.
  • Although scorpion stings can be devastatingly painful, they are not usually lethal to humans.
  • Mind you on the plus side the Turkish geckoes were back and joined by a tiny scorpion and a horde of woodlice.
  • Entirely encrusted with corals, Mawali is a lively reef, sheltering huge scorpionfish, nudibranchs, sweepers, flower groupers, lionfish and harlequin ghost pipefish.
  • The seemingly insignificant scorpion, now moving under the shadows of the eagle's powerful wings, never even caught the bird's eye.
  • The braize, the sea-scorpion, the black conger, the muraena, and the piper or sea-cuckoo are found alike in shallow and deep waters. The History of Animals
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