- n veins in the neck that return blood from the head
- n a vital part that is vulnerable to attack
he always goes for the jugular
- a relating to or located in the region of the neck or throat
- At the end, the movie slices its own jugular and spurts crimson violence before doubling over in a mock-inspirational coda that somehow blends "Bride and Groom" with the Jerry .
- We have just now completed the month of August, which is the cruelest month for Democrats, the month when Republicans go for the jugular, trotting out arguments some valid .
- He missed Mike's jugular vein and a lump of tissue at the top of his neck that controlled Mike's motor impulses.
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- Joe Biden: Al Gore ‘was elected president’
Vice President Joe Biden knows how to work a room. In remarks made on Tuesday night at a fundraiser for Massachusetts Senate candidate Ed Markey in front of an audience of donating (doting?) Democrats, Biden went for the jugular. In a reference to Al Gore, who introduced Biden at the Washington, D.C., event, Biden said, [...]
June 12, 2013 - The Ticket via Yahoo! News
- Sir Alex Ferguson in Sydney Morning Herald
We started the game well and I thought we dominated it,United manager Sir Alex Ferguson said. "If anything we should have been going for the jugular when it was 1-0. I feel we have missed a good chance obviously. If we had had a bit more...
- Thandie Newton in San Francisco Chronicle
Oliver Stone is ferociously intelligent. He is never going to give a one-sided look,said Thandie Newton, who plays Condoleezza Rice, Bush's national security adviser who later became secretary of state. "It's not going for the jugular....
- Frank Farina in The Canberra Times
We've got to finish teams off. We're unlucky we're not sitting on six points. At the end of the day, we're playing good football. Particularly the way we played against Adelaide, we've got to go for the jugular,Farina said.