bloodsucker


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bloodsucker

an animal that sucks blood, esp a leech or mosquito
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But the star bloodsucker has to be the mosquito itself, the most likely culprit to have actually extracted gore from all of us, at some point.
I think it's all being embraced, with `Battlestar Galactica' being a critical hit and `Iron Man' being a huge mainstream hit," said Meredith Woerner, whose book "Vampire Taxonomy: Identifying and Interacting With the Modern-day Bloodsucker" hits stores in early November.
Evening's the very best time we could meet At my dear little house down on Bloodsucker Street.
Happe-chair (1886; "Bloodsucker") deals with the life of drudgery led by mill workers.
"The Strain" Season 3, episode 4 showed Zack being attacked by a bloodsucker after The Master's body was destroyed.
He plays Lestat, a vampire whose history is revealed by a fellow bloodsucker (Brad Pitt) during an interview with a journalist (Christian Slater).
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), whose peaceful reign in 15th-century Transylvania is threatened when an Ottoman sultan (Dominic Cooper) demands the handover of 1,000 boys, to join his army.
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), whose peaceful reign is threatened when a sultan demands the handover of 1000 boys, including Vlad's son, for his army.
After killing his mentor and nemesis Bishop, bloodsucker Aidan tries hard to resist his killer instincts, but is tempted by a figure from his past.
Obama, 51, who rode to power in a 2008 campaign with the motto Yes We Can, is portrayed with cape and pointy gnashers, like horror film bloodsucker Nosferatu.
Stephen played evil bloodsucker Deacon Frost in the 1998 movie which starred Wesley Snipes, right, in the title role.