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without bloodshed

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PARKY: Do you think, to ever get this separate state, do you think it can be achieved bloodlessly? Or do you think there will be a fight?
It shattered on the linoleum but the broken glass was no obstacle to the snakes on the floor; they slid bloodlessly over the shards.
Ramos noted that it had been 30 years since a million of us Filipinos gathered at Edsa in February 1986 to defend our democracy and freedom, and by so doing, bloodlessly ejected an abusive and plunderous dictatorial regime.
The heroine's lovely head hovers almost bloodlessly, open-eyed, in front of her body, which still kneels erect in a posture of prayer (Dore 91).
It has been almost 30 years since a million of us Filipinos gathered along EDSA in February, 1986, to defend our democracy and freedom - and, by so doing, bloodlessly ejected an abusive and plunderous dictatorial regime.
Grant's first effort to approach Vicksburg had been defeated almost bloodlessly by Confederate cavalry raids.
Investing the written word--both public and private documents, but particularly those created, sanctioned, or appropriated as evidence by legal authorities--with the power to derange or destroy, legally and bloodlessly, he builds a case for paper's calamitous potential.
They prevailed against France, against the kaiser's Germany, against the Nazis and imperial Japan, and, largely bloodlessly, against the Communist Soviet Union.
Seven days later, the necrotic distal foreskin is removed bloodlessly, using scissors; the elastic ring is cut with a scalpel and the inner ring is extracted (pain during extraction lasts just seconds).
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.
According to Jewish legend, as Durant states: "Moses had ruled bloodlessly by inventing interviews with God." (37) The Jews also invented other, similar fables--of a bush that spoke, of a man who lived within a whale, of a woman turned to salt, and so on.
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.