Deadly may refer to:
- Deadliness, the ability to cause death
- Deadly (novel series), a children's book series by Morris Gleitzman and Paul Jennings
- Deadly (TV series), an Australian children's television cartoon series
- Karla (film), a 2006 American motion picture originally titled Deadly
- Alan Dedicoat (born 1954), BBC announcer nicknamed "Deadly"
- Deadly Awards, or one of the prizes bestowed thereat
Other articles related to "deadly":
... Live Deadly Memphis–Chicago is a live album recorded by the Compulsive Gamblers ... Live Deadly was released just prior to the second, and so far final, time the Compulsive Gamblers disbanded ...
... Short Trips Seven Deadly Sins is a Big Finish original anthology edited by David Bailey and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who ... The collection's theme is the seven deadly sins ...
... Seven Deadly Sins Four Deadly Sinners is an anthology-style play compiled and written by Carry On.. ... Tall Tales, Enchanting Poetry and Seductive Stories starring Four Deadly Beautiful Temptresses, who will enlighten you on how to survive, or even live by, the Seven ...
... The book The Seven Deadly Sins of Business Freeing the Corporate Mind from Doom-Loop Thinking is about seven mistakes that businesses often make that lead to financial loss or even bankruptcy ... The “seven deadly sins” also have great significance to entrepreneurs because someone starting and running their own business may not have the luxury of coworkers or bosses ...
... Further reading Deadly Ernest on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Deadly Ernest at the Comic Book DB Deadly Ernest is the name of a fictional character from the Alpha Flight series introduced in Alpha Flight ... Deadly Ernest was the alleged father of Nemesis ...
Famous quotes containing the word deadly:
“I wish my deadly foe no worse
Than want of friends, and empty purse.”
—Nicholas Breton (c.15451626)
“It is well worth the efforts of a lifetime to have attained knowledge which justifies an attack on the root of all evilviz. the deadly atheism which asserts that because forms of evil have always existed in society, therefore they must always exist; and that the attainment of a high ideal is a hopeless chimera.”
—Elizabeth Blackwell (18211910)
“What the hammer?What the chain?
In what furnace was thy brain?
What the anvil?What dread grasp
Dare its deadly terrors clasp?”
—William Blake (17571827)