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Give him an insoluble problem and he’ll toss you a new way it can be decomposed, poisoned, or healed by a fungus.
Inhaling toxic vapors after a spill can poison marine mammals.
Any research that offers new ways to manage pests without poisons is very exciting, says Arianne Cease.
Mansoor, who had already been targeted by surveillance for many years, was suspicious and didn’t click the poisoned link.
When animals swallow the poison in low doses, it can cause a tingling or numbness.
That makes it harder to conclude precisely where the newts’ poison comes from, Hanifin argues.
Accusing sanitary inspectors of spreading the disease, they sacked the city’s main cholera hospital and called for the death of doctors, who they suspected of poisoning their wells.
The tobacco plant, as is well known, produces a virulent poison known as Nicotine.
They affirmed it was an antidote to all poison; that it expelled rheums, sour humours, and obstructions of all kinds.
He lived in a perpetual fear and danger of discovery; and discovery now was but another name, for poison—prison—death.

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