Another possible explanation for so many feet discovered in the same place is the vicious Cycle theory.
Apple lost $1 billion in 1996 and $708 million in the first three months of 1997, and was in a vicious death spiral.
Make no mistake; we are in the midst of a vicious global de-leveraging.
In any case, the 2010 Senate race is destined to be a vicious battle regardless of the challenger.
They should be ashamed of their shallow, petty, and often vicious narrow-mindedness.
They had heard too of the vicious nature of these same animals.
Youth, let the moderns say what they will, is inclined to vice and to vicious actions.
Chico, the big ape that has also been mentioned, was often vicious and stubborn.
The innocent may thus suffer as a result of the carelessness of the vicious.
I don't think he's naturally bad or vicious—I think he's just weak.
early 14c. (implied in viciously), "of the nature of vice, wicked," from Anglo-French vicious, Old French vicieus, from Latin vitiosus "faulty, defective, corrupt," from vitium "fault" (see vice (n.1)). Meaning "inclined to be savage or dangerous" is first recorded 1711 (originally of animals, especially horses); that of "full of spite, bitter, severe" is from 1825. In law, "marred by some inherent fault" (late 14c.), hence also this sense in logic (c.1600); cf. vicious circle in reasoning (c.1792, Latin circulus vitiosus), which was given a general sense of "a situation in which action and reaction intensify one another" by 1839.
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