Plague or The plague is a disease that has a high mortality rate or a calamity with widespread and serious consequences for its victims. The term is particularly used to refer the diseases caused by Yersinia pestis.
Plague may specifically refer to:
Other articles related to "plague, plagues":
... of his most famous works was the oil on canvas painting called "The Plague of Thebes" ... Thebes is ravaged by plague as a result of the corruption in the place and the murderer of Laius, the former king of the city ... The attempts of Oedipus, the incumbent ruler, to allay the plague bring him only to the realization that he is the cause of the plague ...
... some locations most years and less frequent major plagues over large areas persisting for one to two years ... Widespread heavy inland rains, especially in summer, will allow plague locusts to reach plague proportions with less regular rain maintaining these high density populations ... Due to its large range and frequent plagues, the Australian plague locust is the most damaging locust species in Australia ...
... Plague of Frogs, Volume 1 (February 2011, ISBN 978-1-59582-609-1) – Collects Hollow Earth and Other Stories, The Soul of Venice and Other Stories, Plague of Frogs, extended sketchbook ... Plague of Frogs, Volume 2 (August 2011, ISBN 978-1-59582-672-5) – Collects The Dead, The Black Flame, War on Frogs, extended sketchbook ... Plague of Frogs, Volume 3 (April 2012, ISBN 978-1-59582-860-6) – Collects The Universal Machine, Garden of Souls, Killing Ground, extended sketchbook ...
... Plague (comics), a Marvel Comics character The Plague (G.I ... Joe America's Elite The Plague, a duo of demonic assassins in the movie Hobo with a Shotgun Plague, collective noun for Common Grackles Capacitor ...
... The Plague started out in October 1982 as a three person band ... from The Pagans' Mike Metoff, the Plague hit the studios, recording Just Say No ... Swedish record producer Stefan Wicklander heard the single and wanted to sign The Plague ...
Famous quotes containing the word plague:
“Love is sinister,
is mean to us in separation;
makes our thin bodies thinner.
This fellow Death
and is good at counting our days.
you, too, are subject
to the plague of jealousy
how could womenfolk,
soft as sprouts,
live like this?”
—Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)
“A plague upon it!
I have forgot the map.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“they smile in secret, looking over wasted lands,
Blight and famine, plague and earthquake, roaring deeps and fiery sands,
Clanging fights, and flaming towns, and sinking ships, and praying hands.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)