Cold Hit

The matching of DNA (from a known felon) stored in a state or federal forensic databank to DNA from a crime scene—in particular from sexual assault—leading law enforcement to a suspect in a case which had no previous suspects
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Mum Fiona, 46, said: "It took ages for her to recover and then even a little thing like a cold hit her hard."
The cold hit him hard last weekend at Las Vegas, when he was in the midst of another ho-hum run in another shaky start to the season for Hendrick Motorsports.
FBCCI Foundation Managing Director Md Habib Ullah Dawn, FBCCI President Md Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin and Senior Vice-President Sheikh Fazle Fahim distributed the clothes among the cold hit people.
* A powerful storm system and significant cold hit much of the central and eastern U.S.
The rhino project provides "a 'cold hit' database," said Stephen J.
Geordies tend to love everything about 1971's Get Carter, from its grim and gritty image to cool star Michael Caine's portrayal of cold hit man Jack Carter who travels from London to Newcastle to avenge his brother's death.
Consider the cold hit DNA case, which meets its burden of proof entirely through references to probability.
WHEN I STEPPED onto the tarmac at the airport in Ulukhaktok on April 10, 2014, the minus 20-degree cold hit me in the face like a right cross.
Natural gas markets were uncharacteristically calm until the cold hit last winter, but Schork expects volatility to again be the norm.
A winter storm packing snow and Arctic cold hit the northeastern United States on Tuesday Jan.