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man-of-war

(măn′ə-wôr′)
n. pl. men-of-war
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The sting of a Portuguese Man of War is extremely strong, and can be fatal in rare cases for those who suffer an allergic reaction.
Saddlers' boss Paul Merson was simply referring to the workrate of the Portuguese man of war (pictured) who continues to lead the line with great energy and determination at Bescot and beyond.
PARIS AUTUMN FESTIVAL: Meanwhile, back in the land of wine and cheese, this year's annual Autumn Festival in the French capital includes Cruel and Tender, Luc Bondy's production of Martin Crimp's adaptation of Sophocles' rarely performed tragedy The Women of Trachis; video director Bruno Geslin's image-driven production My Legs, If You Only Knew, What Smoke..., about photo artist Pierre Molinier; The Rose and the Axe, director Georges Lavaudant's adaptation of Carmelo Bene's Richard III or, The Terrifying Night of a Man of War; and The House of No More from Big Art Group.