skull and crossbones

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skull and crossbones

n. pl. skulls and crossbones
A representation of a human skull above two long crossed bones, a symbol of death used as a warning label on poisons.
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Crossbones supposedly doesn't lose to people who are green, much less to The Hulk, whom he described as "an idiot.
Sisson said Crossbones IPA will be Heavy Seas' first new year-round offering since 2003.
The parcel, marked with a skull and crossbones and containing a white powder, was addressed to Bridget McConnell at her Glasgow City Council office.
This message was screened against the background of a skull and crossbones, by authority of the Government of Ontario.
In a note to me, Rodney Alan Greenblat penned a sweet little skull and crossbones, which he captioned "East Village art scene R.
Specialty knit fabrics embellished with novelty graphic icons such as skulls & crossbones softened with traditional florals are also used.
And flags have been erected next to the mess with a picture of a skull and crossbones and the words: "Beware, selfish dog owner.
However, according to a recent report another actor will take the lead villain role and Crossbones will remain Captain America's arch-nemesis.
The Skull and Crossbones dog toy is soft but durable - capable of sustaining 55 lbs of pull pressure.
POSTERS emblazoned with a skull and crossbones claiming an offshore windfarm will "kill" Teesside watersports were unveiled.
The price includes a cup of tea and a cake at the Crossbones Cafe, Buccaneers Island - blooming marvellous
Michael, who was wearing dark glasses and jeans with a skull and crossbones belt, met with mourners before the cortege set off.