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|1.||"Accusing a Shi'ite group of killing a Sunni leader leads to a catastrophe, " Ali Khreiss, a Shi'ite MP and ally of Hizballah said Tuesday.||1|
|2.||"Dong Xuan, said:" Your Majesty Holy Spirit High German in the hope of revival of the Han dynasty, but now they condone the killing of innocent people Jianu, you will tell the Control the world?||1|
|3.||"My feet are killing me," she pouted.||1|
|4.||"no. definitely not. " Ironhand painfully answers, "there's nothing else worse than killing someone. "||1|
|5.||"The idea is that they reintegrate these kids back into civilian life, but many have spent the last three or four years killing people and are desocialized in many ways," he says.||1|
|6.||"The Pantaloon in Black, " in which a big negro named Rider struggles with grief over his wife Mannie's early death and ends up killing a white man and getting lynched in retribution.||1|
|7.||1885 - In Rock Springs, Wyoming, 150 white miners attack their Chinese fellow workers, killing 28, wounding 15, and forcing several hundred more out of town.||1|
|8.||1979 - The Mount Erebus disaster: an Air New Zealand DC-10 crashes into Mount Erebus on a sightseeing trip, killing all 257 people on board.||1|
|9.||A 5.4-magnitude earthquake hits southern Oregon, killing a motorist whose pickup was hit by falling rock.||1|
|10.||A 52-year-old taxi driver drove his vehicle on a shooting spree in Cumbria, England Wednesday, killing at least 12 people and wounding 25 others before turning the gun on himself, Reuters reported.||1|
|11.||A ban has been imposed on the hunting and killing of whales.||1|
|12.||A bomb exploded in a hotel, killing six people and wounding another five.||1|
|13.||A bomb exploded in the railway station in Mandalay on Dec. 11, killing two people and wounding 18 others.||1|
|14.||A car bomb rips through an open-air market in Baghdad today, killing at least 66 people, nearly 90 people are injured.||1|
|15.||A cholera plague had been killing many prisoners of war at the time.||1|
|16.||A close scrutiny of films showing lions killing zebras does not bear this out.||1|
|17.||A commuter train collided with a freight train in a Los Angeles suburb, killing 26 people.||1|
|18.||A conservation group has warned that overdevelopment, disease, climate change, and sexual disease are killing off the species.||1|
|19.||A display of bushido on the road to Nanking: the killing of innoccent peasants.||1|
|20.||A dozen hostages were shot in reprisal for the killing of an army officer.||1|
|21.||A FedEx cargo plane from Guangzhou crashed on landing at Tokyo's Narita International Airport and burst into flames early Monday, killing the pilot and co-pilot aboard, both US citizens.||1|
|22.||A few yards away, a crippled rasta sits in his wheelchair, killing time.||1|
|23.||A hope she clung to was that the man charged with the killing would be held accountable.||1|
|24.||A Japan Air Lines 747 crashes near Mt. Fuji after takeoff from Tokyo on a domestic flight killing 520.||1|
|25.||A killing pain is knifing my stomach.||1|
|26.||A kind of flyflap, it's consisted of handle and flyflap head and has horsetail or nylon filament for catching and killing mosquito fixed on the flyflap head.||1|
|27.||A Korean Air Boeing 707 explodes over the Thai - Burmese border, killing 155.||1|
|28.||A lawful act such as a killing in self-defence is not an unlawful act for this purpose.||1|
|29.||A Libyan passenger has crashed in the capital , Tripoli, killing everyone on board except one child.||1|
|30.||A magazine photographer wrote in the guest book: "Almost being killed and then killing, by stoning a rattlesnake, was pretty damned primal.||1|
killings (plural noun)
- an act of causing death, especially deliberately.
- causing death.
- cause the death of (a person, animal, or other living thing).
- put an end to or cause the failure or defeat of (something).
- pass (time, or a specified amount of it), typically while waiting for a particular event.