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myiasis

[′mī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Infestation of vertebrates by the larvae, or maggots, of flies.
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parlor games, uncomfortably reflective of the fly-blown conservatism of John Major's government.
More promising, at least in concept, was an Italian production of 1971 "with randy and impoverished noblemen guzzling and tumbling fly-blown actresses against the background of a sleazy inn"- a Dutch genre painting approach, in effect.
And, as a reward for their victory, Lord Sugar treated the women to a ride in the VIP capsule on the London Eye, while the fellas got cyanide capsules and the opportunity to take a long hard look at themselves in that grim fly-blown roadside cafe where all the series' losers go to stew on their mistakes.
The sight of Oates, going slowly insane as a result of his ordeal, arguing with a fly-blown, disembodied noggin in a sack is one of the more bizarre moments in '70s cinema.
It may even stop you worrying if smarmy Gavin's presentation for the senior management team - the one you were meant to be giving but can't because you're stuck on a fly-blown beach in the Aegean - will be better than yours last year.
The horrors of being served a curled-up fly-blown cheese butty with a lettuce dressing as limp as Blair's weapons of mass destruction argument were almost de rigueur in the "good old days".
A few streets from the hotel is Bar Castro, a typical fly-blown, street corner place, with a narrow wooden bar running along its length and the added attraction of a resident parrot.
Before that, she was battling giant man-eating cockroaches in the mouldy fly-blown horror film Mimic and gave her career another kick in the kidneys with the chop-socky flop The Replacement Killers.
And replace any shades which are stained, faded or fly-blown.
They leave an impression of a weed-grown siding, of cables trailing across rickety posts, of rusty car skeletons and paintless fences, a fly-blown store, and perhaps the scarlet mark of a petrol pump .
says one deputy at the grisly discovery of several fly-blown dead bodies.