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Slaughter; the act of shedding human blood or taking life, as in war or murder
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The Secretary-General advised that before undertaking a discussion on the causes of the escalation, the immediate priority is to de-escalate the situation to avoid any further blood shed," said Martin Nesirky, the Spokesperson of Ban Ki-moon.
I appreciate the courage of the Tunisian people who managed to topple a dictatorship without blood shed," said Mr.
A number of Military experts and political analysts stressed on Sunday that the martyrs' blood shed in the occupied Syrian Golan and southern Lebanon on the occasion of the 63rd anniversary of the usurpation of Palestine gives great momentum to the Palestinian issue bringing it back to the top priorities.
No one should expect us to remain silent as long as Israel does not wash out the blood shed in the Mediterranean.
I think every American life lost, and every drop of American blood shed in these two wars is utterly wasted.
Needless to say, there was plenty of blood shed on the streets of Scotland on Sunday night too.
Stranded in the hamlet, animosity between Doiaru and the Americans spills over into blood shed.
Conflict diamonds, also called blood diamonds because of the blood shed to get them, are not sold with tags identifying them as such.
The blood shed by the Zionists will not be shed in vain," Abu Saed said.
Moreover you know what Joab the son of Zeruiah did to me, how he dealt with the two commanders of the armies of Israel, Abner the son of Ner and Amasa the son of Jether, whom he murdered, retaliating in time of peace for blood shed in war.
In the second section, "This Heart," she moves to present time, memorializing the buffalo, grieving lost traditions and the blood shed by Indians in attempts to hold on to these traditions.
The statement, made available by Jackson's Rainbow PUSH Coalition, said, ''War and blood shed are easy, but peace is difficult.