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malignant

1. Pathol (of a tumour) uncontrollable or resistant to therapy; rapidly spreading
2. History (in the English Civil War) a Parliamentarian term for a royalist

malignant

[mə′līg·nənt]
(cell and molecular biology)
Pertaining to cells that have undergone phenotypic transformation by oncogenes or protooncogenes.
(medicine)
Endangering the life or health of an individual.
Of or pertaining to the growth and proliferation of certain neoplasms which terminate in death if not checked by treatment.
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2008) effectively studied and carried out a relative analysis of malign (phish) and legitimate (nonphishing) URL's.
Genitouriner traktin malign melanomlari tum melanomlarin %1'den azini olusturur.
Then, he slams him as a "left-wing liberal" which is exactly the language flaming Republicans use to malign good ideas with irrelevant ideological bashing.
Marvi said that we will not allow anyone to either mislead innocent people or malign the credibility and the good name of the Program.
Someone has created a fake account in my name with an intention to malign me.
Lekhi asserted that this entire episode is an attempt to malign BJP's reputation.
He also held that ruling elite could not tolerate the firm stance taken by CJP on issues of Balochistan therefore it used the trump card of Malik Riaz to malign the CJP.
CDATA[ It's been weeks that Holon streets have been adorned with posters that many say malign the public and the IDF.
Gardens being concreted is leaving a malign environmental legacy.
The sooner these malign agencies of oppression are abolished, the better.
This statement has been deliberately made to hit and malign Congress party and its candidate( s), which has also been given wide publicity in the media," said K.
So, you please notice that I am not trying to malign my party.