A petri dish experiment gone horribly
In Durban's steeply undulating terrain, the surreal, bloated confection is visible for miles around, dwarfing the scores of informal shack settlements that surround it - a horribly
ironic collision of first and third worlds that sadly epitomises some of the painful absurdities of life in South Africa.
A lengthy June 10, 2006 Associated Press article, "Little Regulated Tissue Industry Can Mean Routine Surgeries Go Horribly
Wrong," makes a very compelling case for the necessity of a sterilization process such as Clearant's, which is one of the only commercially available technologies that inactivates all known infection-transmitting pathogens in biological products without affecting the functional integrity of the treated material.
A MAN was mown down and killed by a lorry yesterday in a "road rage incident that went horribly
wrong", said police.
He later explains: "Got horribly
ill last week, went into hospital with a sore tummy and came out two days later.
When he was arrested by police last year, he confessed he had done something "horribly
When asked how long she had been smoking for, she said that she started in her mid-20s but had got horribly
addicted and found it hard to stop.
The story is told through the eyes of fictional 11-year-old Sawyer (Gamble), who finds the dolphin, called Winter, and helps her recovery with marine biologist Connick Jr, his father Kristofferson and his horribly
Their call comes down to 'do we want to be criticised horribly
tomorrow for not delivering the athletics legacy in the Olympic Park that was promised by London's bid.
But his solicitor Andrew Potts admitted lessons had been learned from that night, which he said had "gone horribly
Even if things go horribly
wrong - even more horribly
wrong than they have gone already - the Gover nment will come to the rescue.
Her beautiful son Jimmy has just been horribly
murdered the day after his 16th birthday.