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bloodsucker

an animal that sucks blood, esp a leech or mosquito
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windsurfing the bloodsuckers, up the and v off It's a good idea to take some Imodium tablets...
"The criminal, corrupt, thievish, deceitful power of bloodsuckers completely collapsed over 20 years.
This book presents a broad overview of animals from around the world that live off blood, including infamous bloodsuckers like mosquitoes and ticks, as wells as lesser known creatures like the Spanish madrilenial butterfly and the red-billed oxpecker.
(http://ibtimes.com/strain-season-3-recap-what-happened-episode-3-first-born-showed-shocking-death-2414498) "The Strain" Season 3 , episode 5 will also depict Feraldo's (Samantha Mathis) desperation in killing strigois and ridding New York of the bloodsuckers. After more than 60 staff members were infected with worms last week, the Councilwoman begs Eph to create a potent bioweapon.
- Often inspect your animals for fleas and also various other bloodsuckers like ticks.
BLADE II (5*, Tuesday, 9pm) WESLEY SNIPES is back as the half-vampire swordsman and this time he has to team up with his lifelong foes if he hopes to stand a chance of defeating a mutant strain of the bloodsuckers who are picking off humans and vampires alike.
But in these post-Twilight days, cinema's bloodsuckers are complex, misunderstood and (usually) sexually attractive heroes.
The formal, old-time patois he fashions for his array of con artists, fools and bloodsuckers helps to establish the contrast between antebellum America's elegant manners and the viciousness at its core.
When the undead are this good-looking, we're still bloodsuckers for fang fiction.
The massive bloodsuckers are expected to hatch in the Sunshine State this year, plaguing their victims with itchy and painful bites.
He then slammed Zionists as "these bloodsuckers who attack the Palestinians, these warmongers, the descendants of apes and pigs," the New York Times reported.
The region's vampire superstitions inspired Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula, the Twilight series, and the bloodsuckers you're sure to run into on October 31.