cold-blooded


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without compunction or human feeling

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having cold blood (in animals whose body temperature is not internally regulated)

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'Peaceful protests are the constitutional right of all citizens, but straight firing on peaceful protesters is tantamount to stealing basic rights of the public,' stated the council, demanding the constitution of a parliamentary commission to investigate into the cold-blooded murder.
"The occupier which kicks people lying on the ground is easily offended: @netanyahu is a cold-blooded killer of modern times, responsible for massacres of thousands of innocent Palestinians, bombing children on beaches.
It was a cold-blooded murder and those culprits who killed innocent Tufail Matto must be punished'.
Judge David Aubrey told Burke: "You perpetrated a cold-blooded execution in public for the purpose of revenge.
Green iguanas, like all reptiles, are cold-blooded animals, so when the temperature falls to a certain level iguanas become immobile, said Kristen Sommers of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in a Brisbane Times report.
These were cold-blooded and sickening attacks that took the lives of more than 30 people and injured hundreds more.
A video recording posted on the Internet also showed the cold-blooded shooting of the young man as several settlers gathered at the scene shouting "death to Arabs".
Following the incident, confrontations broke out in the camp between the Israeli army and local Palestinians, angered by Abu Latifas cold-blooded murder.
Hamas called on legal and human rights organisations and the countries of the free world to condemn the terrorism practiced by the occupation, particularly field operations and the cold-blooded executions which violate human rights and international laws.
Dinosaurs weren't quite like cold-blooded reptiles, but they weren't like warm-blooded birds either.
In a statement released to the media on Wednesday, the Commission said: "The brutal killing of six young devotees in Karachi apparently for visiting a shrine is proof, if more proof was needed, that staying alive in Pakistan today is a privilege reserved for those who unthinkingly and without question comply with the whims of cold-blooded killers who have long tried to fool people into thinking that their actions have something to do with religion.
Nor, of course, take the step that justice demands - to name the cold-blooded men who brought carnage and heartbreak to the city centre all those years ago.
Summary: The Sharjah Police arrested a Bangladeshi man on suspicion of cold-blooded murder just six hours after fleeing to a neighbouring emirate.
FOREIGN Secretary William Hague has condemned "in the strongest terms" the apparent "cold-blooded murder" of a British hostage and six other foreign nationals at the hands of captors in Nigeria.
Local Parish Priest Fr Padraig Murphy spoke for the nation when he said people are stunned by this sadistic, cold-blooded killing.