шейный; яремный; югулярный;
- A few days before the European Planning Committee was due to meet, Mueller decided to go for the jugular.
- THE motorway murder victim Marie Wilks used her Red Cross training to staunch the flow of blood from her jugular vein after being stabbed in the neck, a court was told yesterday.
- Unlike the "old school", the new breed go for the jugular.
- This is a person who quite likes the idea that the woman he is mashing might stick an ice-pick into his jugular at any second.
- Perhaps he was only locating the jugular vein for future use.
- Near the summit on a steep, south-facing crag Going for the Jugular, which climbs the left-hand crack up the steep buttress on the left.
- "We were taught to go for the jugular," Buckmaster remarked.
- The doctor "bled him in the jugular vein, blistered and purged him with calomel, and lowered his pulse with foxglove", and he was "somewhat better in the morning"!
- God may be totally other to humanity, but at the same time (as in the quotation from sura 50) God is said to be closer to a human being than is his or her jugular vein.
- The best moment on "Strangeways, Here We Come" was, strangely, the most obvious statement Morrissey ever made in a lyric, "Paint A Vulgar Picture" offered no new insights to the tacky edge of such a subject, but it did sound as though he had finally decided to cast away all the ambiguity of his writing and head, simplistically, for the jugular.
- A knife wound had severed her jugular vein and her jaw was broken from a punch or a kick, the jury was told.
- Her jugular had been severed.
- His performance is a character actor's polished gem rather than a tragedian's stab at the jugular.