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“The hamlet where she lived was infamous for a Civil War massacre of civilians, which left the county with the name "Bloody Madison.”
“According to the official website of King Cole Bar, the name "Bloody Mary" was "deemed too vulgar" and so it was rechristened the Red Snapper which it is still called at King Cole Bar.”
“So fierce was the anger that even China's traditionally obedient state media broke ranks, with the Communist Party mouthpiece People's Daily warning that China must not chase what it called "Bloody GDP", or the pursuit of economic prosperity above people's safety.”
““Magnus is called the Bloody Handed because of what he does to those who insult him,” Eir said significantly.”
“This is the first of what I imagine will be six or seven intensely detailed volumes, detailing every available account of events remembered by the participants in Bloody Sunday.”
“Try Gulp catfish dough in Bloody Bloody. it seems to work pretty good for me.”
“It was as if God had ordered the Palm Sunday weather to make sure that it was man against man, hand-to-hand fighting, the most bitter battle of all of the battles of the war, on the field they called Bloody Meadow.”
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“The penal code of the time became known as the Bloody Code and until now evidence of its grim toll on the criminal classes of the 19th century has been shut away in ageing registers in the National Archives.”
“On what became known as Bloody Sunday, Lewis was almost beaten to death leading 600 peaceful protesters across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma.”
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