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of or covered with blood

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attended by or causing bloodshed

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covered with blood

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accompanied by bloodshed

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They also indicated their perceptions of the film (how gory, meaningful, thought-provoking, suspenseful, etc.
The brand is revisiting its regional strategy by re-establishing its presence more aggressively in Dubai," Gory added.
Some of the poems are shown below: Poppies wave in the breeze, People pray to those in need; Soldiers fought in the war, While they prayed more and more; People remember those who fought, By wearing a poppy as they were taught; The British soldiers in the gory war, We will remember them forever more.
POLITICIANS are not telling voters the "full, gory details" of the public spending cuts or tax rises needed to fill the black hole in the nation's finances, Nick Clegg acknowledged yesterday.
Makers of Fired feel that the censor board might not settle for anything less than an ' Adults only' certificate even for the film's promo owing to its graphic nudity and gory content.
It's claimed this very gory zombie movie - which was shot entirely on camcorder - cost just pounds 45 to make.
Stressing adequate security measures for such areas as the recently attacked police training school, he requested media to desist from showing gory clips to viewers.
Then again, how difficult can it be to inject atmosphere into a drama about a psycho copying Jack The Ripper's gory and grisly murders in the dark corners of Whitechapel?
They collect photos of gory crime scenes, but it goes a bit beyond that.
A calcium screening by Gory showed some irregularities in Miller.
His style is unique: the books are chocablock with historical facts and anecdotes and pitched in such a way that all children love to get to the gory bits.
Did Simon stay and watch the subsequent gory spectacle, or did he make off to the tranquility of home as soon as he unshouldered his burden?
Aside from giving readers a historical view of Africadian life during the early to mid-20th century, George and Rue is a sometimes funny, sometimes gory, always lyrical story that moves as it is moving.
The going gets gory, but the alluring unreliability of the Internet turns horror into mystery: What's true?