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Bret Michaels
   has been a vocalist in   
Poison
Christian Dior
   produces the perfume   
Hypnotic Poison
1998
Christian Dior
   produces the perfume   
Tendre Poison
1994
Christian Dior
   produces the perfume   
Poison
1985
Mephitis
   means   
A Noxious or Pestilential Exhalation from the Earth, As Poison Gas
Bardot
   performed   
Poison
2000 April 23. 2 weeks.
Bullet for My Valentine
   released the album   
The Poison (2006)
Poison
   has an advantage over   
Grass
One Man's Meat is
      
Another Man's Poison
Iophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Poison
Toxiphobia
   is an acute fear of   
Poison
Poison Ivy
   was portrayed by   
Uma Thurman
“Batman & Robin” (1997)
Poison
   was covered by   
Groove Coverage
2003. Originally recorded by Alice Cooper (1989)
Charlotte Armstrong
   won the award for   
A Dram of Poison
1957
The character Poison Ivy was played by Uma Thurman
Batman and Robin (1997)
Christian Dior
   produces the perfume   
Pure Poison
2004
Fish Store
   in Creole is   
Boutik Poison
Sue Ann Stepanek in the Film Pretty Poison (1968)
   is played by   
Tuesday Weld
McCabe & Mrs Miller (1971)
   has the tagline   
Name Your Poison
Emannuel Bourdieu
   directed   
Poison Friends (2006)
Les amitiés maléfiques
Sangwa
   is the elvish word for   
Poison
Pretty Poison (1968)
   starred   
Anthony Perkins, Tuesday Weld and Beverly Garland
Director: Noel Black. Also starred John Randolph, Dick O'Neill & Clarice Blackburn. Plot: When a mentally disturbed young man tells a pretty girl that he's a secret agent, she believes him, and murder and mayhem ensue.
Janet Frobisher
   is played by Bette Davis in   
Another Man's Poison (1952)
Also starred: Gary Merrill, Emlyn Williams, Anthony Steele, Barbara Murray
The Poison Sky
   Dr. Who episode was written by   
Helen Raynor
Episode 47
Poison
   in Greek is   
τοξικόν
Paul Hermann Müller
   won for work on   
DDT As a Contact Poison Against Several Arthropods
1948
Poison Ivy
   the femme fatale was   
Drew Barrymore
Eva Green
   has the celebrity perfume or fragrance   
Dior Midnight Poison
2007 -- French actress
Maya Herrera
   has the power of   
Poison Emission
Has a nasty tendancy to kill people, accidentally, when she gets nervous.
Poison Ivy
   has the Latin name   
Toxicodendron Radicans
Toxiphobia
   is an acute fear of   
Poison
Botulism, Shigella, Listeria
   are all   
Diseases Transmitted by Poisoned Food
The dreaded E Coli Bacteria is another passed on through improperly washed foods or improperly heated foods
Grigori Rasputin
   died from   
Drowning After Being Poisoned and Shot
Known as the Mad Monk, Rasputin, was a peasant & mystic healer at the royal court of Russia. Killed by assassins hired by his political enemies. May also have been stabbed, & bludgeoned
Tyrotoxism
   means   
Poisoning from a Toxin in Milk or Cheese
The Stonefish, Which Lives off the Coast of Australia, is the Most Poisonous Fish in the World
   is   
True
It has 13 stout spines in the dorsal fin which can inject a highly toxic venom
Acute Lead Poisoning
   means   
Gunshot Wound
Gravity Assisted Concrete Poisoning
   means   
Jumped/fell from Height
Tyler’s Tree, Fire-Bellied, Poison-Dart
   are all   
Frogs
HVLT
   means   
High Velocity Lead Poisoning: Gunshot Wound
Blowfish, Scorpionfish, Stonefish,
   are all   
Poisonous Fish
Toxicomania
   is an obsession with   
Poisons
TLC
   means   
Tube, Lavage & Charcoal (given to Poisoning Victim)
Toxicology
   is the study of   
Poisons






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