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blood·less

(blŭd'les),
Without blood.

bloodless

(blŏd′lĕs)
1. Without blood.
2. Without the loss of blood, e.g., bloodless surgery.
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(And of course, we cannot promise that this anti-illegal drug campaign will be bloodless because we have seen that there really are suspects who will fight back.)
They have such big problems but there isn't any department for bloodless children who are facing a lot of problems in their lives.
Over 800 drug personalities have surrendered to authorities while no casualty was recorded on the first week of a bloodless "Oplan Tokhang" (knock and plead), the Philippine National Police (PNP) bared Friday.
Bloodless, which is set to be a hit with horror fans, is to have its premiere at Tyneside Cinema on October 1 before its release on DVD in time for Halloween.
After the battle to finance Bloodless, raising cash through fund-raising and private investors, former Newcastle College students Richard and Steve touted it around Cannes Film Festival in 2013.
On August 1, 2015 the Carlos Vieira Foundation, a local charity in the California Valley, is partnering for the fourth time with the California Portuguese Bloodless Bullfight Organization to host the 4th annual bloodless bullfight event.
Bloodless coup But Musharraf, who seized power in a bloodless coup in 1999 and resigned in 2008, was barred from standing and put under house arrest over numerous criminal charges -- including treason.
"A couple so bloodless and dull that they can't even separate interestingly" - "Raspberry Schnapps" on Mumsnet describing Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's split.
The treason case against him has been filed for ousting Nawaz Sharif's government in 1999 in a bloodless coup.
Joint Task Force National Capital Region Medical (JTF CapMed) in Bethesda, Md., has adopted the HemaClear single-use, sterile tourniquet device for bloodless orthopedic procedures.
It's a bloodless form of war which can still inflict great damage.
"I had credible information from a well-informed source in the written form that Pakistan was heading towards another bloodless coup following the Abbottabad operation.