Only there is one marked difference between the first four and Ian Huntley, the school caretaker who somehow lured two beautiful, innocent young girls into his home and cold-bloodedly
SWOT details the factors associated with a company's strengths and compares this its weaknesses, and in doing so, it cold-bloodedly
recognizes the factors it possesses.
It requires a singular focus in committing the actual crime, quite cold-bloodedly
In war children are 'collateral damage'; that is horror enough, but to cold-bloodedly
and deliberately target children is unimaginably evil.
Leading his former enemies, the Voscians, on a siege of Rome, he cold-bloodedly
informs an imploring Agrippa, ``Mine ears against your suits are stronger than your gates against my force.
He would tell aspiring artists, 'If you can't cold-bloodedly
come up with an idea each day, you'll never be a cartoonist.
The Nazis cold-bloodedly
talked about the most efficient, and cheapest way, of destroying an entire race, punctuated with breaks to enjoy sumptuous food and fine wines.
Yet Sigrun never wavers in the pursuit of her ambitious goal to become the owner of a restaurant, and she cold-bloodedly
manipulates family members, lovers, and co-workers into serving her interests.
14 years ago today, 12-year-old Muhammad Durrah was cold-bloodedly
killed by Israeli occupation forces during the Second Palestinian Intifada in October 2000.
An appalling act of criminality was unleashed by terrorists who sneaked into Khattab village and cold-bloodedly
slaughtered fourteen innocent people, including women and children, and mutilated their bodies.
Palestinian is cold-bloodedly
murdered by Israeli forces while bringing Suhoor
Afterwards Helen's devastated dad Zuyao Cui said: "Anxiang Du cold-bloodedly
killed the whole of the Ding family and took away four lives.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The latest shooting rampage in the US state of Connecticut, in which 26 people, including 20 schoolchildren, were cold-bloodedly
gunned down, has reignited the nation's debate on gun control.
This should be viewed as a feather in the cap for India's democratic system where tolerance and legal support was afforded to an individual who cold-bloodedly
took the lives of innocent people.
It's the fact that one person stopped - not to come to the man's aid, but to cold-bloodedly
take a photo.