saw heavy falls for banking stocks, with Halifax Bank of Scotland off 14% or 21.
Human rights activists--most notably Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch--warn of the potential for a bloodbath
and gross human rights violations.
Nothing to do with their Cheltenham bloodbath
, of course, they're blaming `the betting exchanges', where punters are flocking in droves because they get far better value than the misers offer.
comes two days after a militant Islamic group rejected a fragile peace agreement aimed at halting three years of fighting between Muslims and Christians, which resulted in 9,000 deaths.
They heard predictions aplenty of impending apocalypse and talk of a looming bloodbath
economy and the dot-com bloodbath
on Wall Street over the past two years have hurt many online businesses, insurance aggregators have unique advantages in such a climate.
Ace has been engaged by the (presumably) British Consul of the province to prevent the bloodbath
which would ensue if the bat were not recovered in time.
Buying off old communists has been an expensive proposition for the Russian people, but paying the ransom to avert a bloodbath
was a wise and noble choice.
press applauded the horror: Time called this "boiling bloodbath
On the one hand, we stand in awe that a Europe of cooperating partners has come into being, replacing the nationalistic power-struggles which have plunged the world into many a bloodbath
over the centuries.
We're having a nice day today, and it seems that Monday's bloodbath
is almost forgotten.
We would like to apologise unreservedly for the publication of bloodbath
as the word of the day on 18 December 2012," OED's website read.
In Colorado, where Friday's bloodbath
took place, gun sales jumped in the three days that followed.
Summary: RIYADH: Jumma sermons at mosques here called for an end to the bloodbath
in Syria, where innocent people are being killed mercilessly.
Best of all are the misanthropic Rattling Locks and the murderous Folk Bloodbath