blood splashes

blood splashes

an abattoir term meaning large hemorrhages in muscles usually due to poor slaughtering technique.
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The blood splashes out of its neck; it's smarter to stay out its way.
But bloodstained underlay was found along with blood splashes and spots on the wall and wooden floor, although efforts had been made to clean the area.
FORENSIC scientists found blood splashes in the room of a tenant accused of murdering his landlord and discovered attempts had been made to clean it up, a jury has been told.
The Bootes foursome sets as the bear circles under the North Star, but circumpolar Robin, Chickadee, and Moose-Bird stay up to kill the bear, whose blood splashes red the breast of Robin and then, down below, the foliage of October.
We found evidence of significant blood splashes on the physician in 8 of the 30 cases (26.
And there were blood splashes on an examination couch, floor and storage items in the paediatric treatment room in ward 19.
From the nurses' perspective, they are more compliant with protective eyewear when the eyewear are comfortable, functional and available, when the eyewear are believed to provide sufficient/more protection, when the nurses have become used to using them routinely, have previous experiences with biological splashes (personal experiences, near-misses or, others' experiences), and when the nurses are aware and afraid of the personal, social and financial consequences of blood splashes.
were implemented by digitally removing sight of blood splashes and sight of blood on wounds and weapons''.
But usually I turn back up Corona, where A-side Ruby the dog pulls me off balance in her passion for breadcrumbs, whereas B-side Ruby jerks so hard I fall, maybe even into the line of traffic, so hard her collar which has prongs like you'd get for a Rottweiler only Ruby weighs less than 35 pounds--she pulls so hard a prong punctures her carotid artery and sudden blood splashes brilliant against her black coat, an anarchist dog bleeding out.
In contrast, the risk of mucocutaneous exposure via blood splashes to the eyes is either underestimated or not fully appreciated by health care workers.
There was blood all over her face and when I sat down afterwards I had blood splashes on my face, that's how hard he was hitting her.
Luminol reacts with microscopic amounts of blood to produce bright blue luminescence, which allows investigators to track invisible blood splashes in the environment.