gangrenous : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s suffering from tissue death
- Things to Think AboutSalvador Dali, surrealist painter and publicist whose trademarks are droopy watches, meandering cyclists and gangrenous torsos, promised Manhattan a.
- In 1957, a University of Kansas instructor suffered a bite that turned gangrenous and created a wound three inches across.
- The weakest part of the market has become gangrenous.
News & Articles
- Dan Liljenquist: Detroit could rebound with determined leaders
Detroit is dying. Tens of thousands of abandoned homes, apartments and offices are, like necrotic, gangrenous tissue,...
July 26, 2013 - Deseret News
- Algeria loses 1.5 billion litres of fuel a year to smuggling - minister
(Reuters) - More than 1.5 billion litres of fuel is being smuggled out of Algeria on an annual basis, the APS news agency quoted Algeria's energy minister as saying. "We have 1.5 billion litres leaving the country illegally," mostly to its non-oil producing neighbours Morocco and Tunisia, Youcef Yousfi said. "Fuel smuggling is gangrenous for the national economy. Enough is enough," he added.
July 22, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Jeanette Fitzsimons in National Business Review
It admits a less than 9 percent live birth rate, aborted deformed foetuses, deformed calves, gangrenous udders and `animals suffering from respiratory conditions',Green Party co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons said.
- Arsene Wenger in Gulf Times
We are talking about the worst period French football has been through. It was gangrenous from the inside because of the influence and the methods of Tapie at Marseille,Wenger added.
- Mahathir Mohamad in International Herald Tribune
They are trying to find the wrongs of others to defend their own wrongs,Mahathir said. "Yes, we should be united but to what purpose? ...... If someone has a gangrenous leg, we don't say we should support it. We amputate it to save the...