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Synonyms for bloodless

being weak in quality or substance

lacking passion and emotion

Synonyms for bloodless

destitute of blood or apparently so

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free from blood or bloodshed

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without vigor or zest or energy

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devoid of human emotion or feeling

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anemic looking from illness or emotion

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Mostly, it happened to poor people also the Balochistan government is not taking any notice about this bloodless children.
Even though Dela Rosa initially said that bloodshed will not be avoided in the resumption of Oplan Tokhang, Bulalacao took pride in the PNP's bloodless Tokhang operations for its first week, attributing it to a "more cooperative and responsive" public.
After the battle to finance Bloodless, raising cash through fundraising and private investors, former Newcastle College students Richard and Steve touted it around Cannes Film Festival in 2013.
Following film-fest outings, Bloodless had a showing at a big festival in Portugal last year where it went down well with the audience.
"On behalf of Valley Children's Hospital and all the young patients who come through our doors every day for treatment, we would like to thank the California Portuguese Bloodless Bullfight Organization and the Carlos Vieira Foundation for their combined generous gift to support oncology programs at Valley Children's Hospital.
"HemaClear enables physicians to perform bloodless procedures more proximally, thus reducing the amount of blood loss, increasing the visibility for the physician, and contributing to a better outcome for the patient."
He further said that the information about the 'bloodless coup' was based on the secret draft he had received from a reliable source, adding that he had to pass the 'memo' to a higher American official, following the confirmation of Haqqani's claim by the officials of the secret services of four different countries.
They successfully deposed the governments of Greece and Italy in bloodless coups, after all.
* ACLAV Havel's funeral in Prague yesterday brings an end to the Velvet Revolution era, the almost bloodless fall of the old Warsaw Pact puppet Communist regimes imposed by the USSR on the countries of Eastern Europe after the end of World War Two.
however, the bloodless Aroostook War was resolved peacefully, and the Webster--Ashburton Treaty was signed by Secretary of State Daniel Webster and British Foreign Minister Alexander Baring, the first Baron Ashburton.
Stinemetz wanted the state to approve a liver transplant in Nebraska, where she could undergo a bloodless procedure, but her request was rejected because the procedure would be done out of state.
With some canvases in luscious pink, some as shiny as lip gloss, and some with tides like Prince Patutszky Pleasures, 1962, the works in this exhibition are far too sensuous to fit snugly within the bloodless category of "opticality." "Revelation" will boast strong examples representing all phases of Olitski's career, from his stains and sprays to his Baroque paintings, and the catalogue will offer essays by all three curators.
The Rwandan government plans to expand its national voluntary male circumcision programme using a new device, the PrePex system, which enables bloodless male circumcision while eliminating the need for anaesthesia, sutures, a sterile environment or highly trained medical personnel.
Bell X1 fans are sure to embrace Bloodless Coup, a timely album which touches upon the change in Ireland's circumstances over the last couple of years and how change can bring about a new reality to be overcome and eventually enjoyed.
1976: President Isabel Peron of Argentina was deposed in a bloodless military coup