(1) Sixteen years after the Surgeon General made fat public enemy No. 1, the American consumer - fatter than ever in a low-fat world - has turned a bilious eye on foods like bread and pasta.(2) Bad scrambled eggs are beyond the pale: insipid, pale lemon yellow fading to a bilious grey - granular, curdling or lying in a puddle of whey-like liquid.(3) On Thursday afternoon two young fans, led by their proud dads, were seen emerging from the Celtic superstore at Parkhead, clad in the rather bilious yellow away strip.(4) Great claims were made for the beneficial effects of the Streatham waters, which were said to cure all manner of ills, including rheumatism, gout, jaundice, bilious attacks and even blindness.(5) During the mid-50s, facing a bilious Senate, the comic-book industry had agreed to censor itself, guaranteeing parents that their books would conform to basic moral standards.(6) Again, the musical backing is just as thrillingly ugly and grotesque as ├ö├ç├┐Ladies├ö├ç├û; Kurt Weill would be proud of this jarring burlesque scene, the bilious portrait of corruption in all its glory.(7) Even in cases positively diagnosed as typhus, surgeons also recorded bilious vomiting, diarrhea, and bowel hemorrhage, which are all symptoms of typhoid and remittent fever.(8) The only question is how bilious and fanatical.(9) He is particularly bilious toward academics, repeatedly making claims about their narrow-mindedness.(10) You've run your usual bilious attack upon me and then tried to support by running a transcript of a Mark Latham interview.(11) So if there are any splenetic motorists or bilious cyclists out there thinking of penning an angry letter to the Evening Press, listen up.(12) It might be a pool of coloured light that takes off onto a bravura progression through garish washes of colour - a chase scene through the industrial port-side lit as a progression through hot orange-red, a cold hazy blue and a bilious green.(13) This patient was a 5 month old male with a 5 day history of recurrent vomiting and abdominal distension, who now presents with a 1 day history of bilious emesis and passing currant jelly stools.(14) The colors - simmered shades of red, yellow and blue - are more urban decay than Mondrian, turning up as rusty orange, bilious yellow, bruised blue, teal blue and off-red, with smears of black and white.(15) I would like to wish the Minister a speedy recovery from his recent bilious bout, where he seemed to be doing his utmost to demoralise rather than to uplift those who have been entrusted to his responsibility.(16) I would never send my hypothetical daughter to a co-ed primary school, boys that age are bilious green minions of evil.