WKQX were alerted to the existence of If I Were King after Cauterise
was played on Radio 1 and XFM in Britain.
'To be honest I'm glad I was at drama school and they sent me to a specialist because if my GP had tried to cauterise
it I might have bled to death on the spot.'
The respected American station featured Cauterise
on its playlist at the end of May.
The mainstream political parties clearly have a responsibility to act, strongly and quickly, to deal with the individuals who have let down the people who elected them, to seek to cauterise
this dreadful period in political history.
Artery - the study of paintings; bacteria - back door of a cafeteria; barium - what doctors do when patients die; bowel - a letter like A, E, I, O or U; cat scan - searching for kitty; cauterise
- made eye-contact with her; coma - a punctuation mark; dilate - to live longer; enema - not a friend; fester - quicker; fibula - a small lie; hangnail - coat hook.
Evading the truth then publishing details of his income - not the actual tax returns - will fail to cauterise
an entirely self-inflicted wound.
The scene in which Gideon gouges the bullet from his arm with a hunting knife, then heats the blade to cauterise
the bleeding hole, should finish off anyone with a weak stomach.
grudges better than any management mantras.
Furthermore, her changes disturb the narrative flow, emotionally cauterise
the story and reek of (self-) censorship.
When there was no hot oil, to cauterise
wounds, he used whatever he could get his hands on, making medical dressings of rose oils and egg yolk.