Their most recent release is The Horror - Not In Our Name, which deals with the killing of Lyra McKee, the suppurating
communities of Derry and the death of consensus.
It was a reunion of sorts, a cauterization of many internal, invisible, and yet suppurating
wounds, and private thanksgiving - for some of us- that the only route that appeared left for the recovery of a people's dignity was abruptly, and 'providentially' closed by the timely demise of a singular human perversion.The nation was saved the anguish of the unknown.
Yet there wasn't much warning about the enormous, horrific tumour about to be removed, in all its glistening, suppurating
glory, from the belly of an old sheepdog in The Yorkshire Vet (C5).
Externally it is applied to clean and heal difficult ulcers and to remedy suppurating
wounds and sores.
My own "last" elephant was an "own use" permit, a grand old bull, not only with a broken tusk, but also suppurating
wounds from AK-47 bullets, probably sustained far to the north in Zambia.
To me it sounds a lot like the Irish backstop, that suppurating
pimple on Brexit's backside.
The operation was successful, but my happiness was short-lived and it was gloom and despair for me when I came to know that my wife's stitches were suppurating
The ticket-selling business is a suppurating
evil that erects needless barriers between the audience and the show, the artist, and her profit?
With the book appearing while the wounds of the bitter upheavals of 1968 were still suppurating
, O'Brian quoted a French minister (left unnamed) who blamed "the present hopeless moral decline of France" on "the wearing of miniskirts and the reading of Papillon" There had been a general awareness of the prison at Devil's Island at least from the era of its most famous inmate, Captain Alfred Dreyfus, who served several years on trumped up espionage charges beginning in 1894, but nothing like this, nothing so directly confrontational.
His gift from the convicts is a rash of suppurating
pustules slowly spreading across his body as a sexual disease takes hold.
IN RECENT YEARS, experts in the social sciences and humanities have rushed around our suppurating
political body, offering prescriptions.
Imelda has treated it with an old unguent and tonight it was not suppurating
pus but bleeding.