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without bloodshed

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If it holds, they easily could see it as an acceptable model for bloodlessly suppressing growing discontent at a time when Latin America is considered one of the hottest economic regions in the world.
Mick Jones (definitely not the one from The Clash) and co brush off such bloodlessly perfect tunes as Waiting For A Girl Like You in an unplugged style.
Integ is developing a glucose monitoring product that uses ISF to measure glucose levels painlessly and bloodlessly in people with diabetes.
After calibrating with a blood glucose monitor, the device will painlessly and bloodlessly generate an abundance of glucose data, up to 3 readings per hour for 12 hours, to assist people with diabetes to better control their fluctuating glucose levels.
Cygnus is currently developing a glucose monitoring device which painlessly and bloodlessly extracts glucose through the skin using low levels of electrical current through a method known as "electroosmosis.
Grant's first effort to approach Vicksburg had been defeated almost bloodlessly by Confederate cavalry raids.
The second declaration is if I thought a magic wand could be waved and a clear vote-winning leader installed bloodlessly - Yvette Cooper, Andy Burnham, Alan Johnson, whoever - then I might advocate it.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu recently said: "The withdrawal of trade with South Africa by multinational corporations with a conscience in the 1980s was ultimately one of the key levers that brought the apartheid state - bloodlessly - to its knees.
Although he presents the substance of his arguments well, he does so bloodlessly, speaking more from the head than from the heart.
Tutu said: "The withdrawal of trade with South Africa by multinational corporations with a conscience in the 1980s ultimately brought the apartheid state - bloodlessly - to its knees.
I told the people in the room that if they were for killing people, if they wanted bloodshed, they could stage their own coup but I told them my coup would succeed bloodlessly because people were on our side.
Russian financial markets rebounded after sharp falls on Monday, and the euro and dollar rose inJapan, thoughMoscow's forces remained in control ofUkraine's Crimea region, seized bloodlessly after Russian allyViktor Yanukovichwas ousted as Ukrainian president last month.
Russian financial markets rebounded after sharp falls on Monday, and the euro and dollar rose in Japan, though Moscow's forces remained in control of Ukraine's Crimea region, seized bloodlessly after Russian ally Viktor Yanukovich was ousted as Ukrainian president last month.
HONG KONG, Jumada I 2, 1435, Mar 3, 2014, SPA -- Hong Kong shares suffered their biggest one-day loss in a month on Monday, with riskier sectors taking the brunt of the selloff as oil prices jumped on escalating tensions after Russia bloodlessly seized a part of Ukraine, Reuters reported.
Russian forces have already bloodlessly seized Crimea - an isolated Black Sea peninsula where Moscow has a naval base.