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  • **For all my holier-than-thou talk, I would totally buy a comic called Jugular Hex: Sexborg Assassin Supreme.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • I have a brain tumor called the Jugular Foramen Meningioma that Dr. Friedman said involved the tenth cranial nerve.

    Yvonne Foong: Fighting NF

  • Originally titled "Tales Calculated to Drive You MAD: Humor in a Jugular Vein," the magazine was, at first, mostly a spoof of the day's dumber comics.

    Humor In A Jugular Vein

  • Now the Washington state Republican Party has proposed to strike at the Jugular of the force transforming America – the bizarre 1898 Supreme Court decision on the 14th Amendment (30 years after “Ratification”) which created Birthright Citizenship – quite contrary to what the framers of the 14th Amendment intended.

    TIME worrying for Amnesty

  • Email a copy of 'At Last: the Jugular' to a friend

    E-Mail 'At Last: the Jugular' To A Friend

  • CROWLEY: Jugular on the trail, Clinton softened things up with a "Saturday Night Live" cameo and got a boost with two skits on two successive Saturdays, parodies aimed at complaints the media is hard on her, soft on him.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2008

  • Advertising agency Jugular has created a series of ads for Canterbury Institute, an addiction treatment center in New Jersey.

    VIDEO: What You Don’t Know About Lindsay Lohan

  • Jugular veins Large veins on each side of the neck.

    Chapter 13

  • Normally, Terminus's Jugular constabulary stayed away from the DRC.

    A different flesh

  • Jugular sclerite: small sclerite in the membrane connecting the head with the thorax: see cervical sclerite.

    Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology

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