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“An officer removed two chairs, saw a man's blood-covered leg, and called for an ambulance.”
“Bloodgood gave the audience an "awww" moment when she talked about the recent episode "Silent Kill," in which Anne quietly but brutally killed the 2nd Mass's captive Skitter, then pressed her blood-covered hand on the bulletin board where survivors have posted photos and tributes to their lost loved ones.”
“Over the course of weeks, eerie happenings disturb his peace of mind: a masked figure from Sardinian folklore lurks in the bush, and a blood-covered sewing dummy appears in his attic.”
“Before production began, fans posted renderings online of how they imagined colorful King's Landing, the lush, chilly Winterfell and the eerie blood-covered Castle Black.”
““Because blood-covered women attract the wrong sort of attention!””
“In the six minutes before paramedics flooded the site, they had to stanch chest wounds, open injured airways, apply tourniquets and try to calm down victims and the blood-covered bystanders who tried to help.”
“The killer cleaned up a bloody scene, then entered the electronically locked building and tossed the blood-covered items in a trash chute inside the building.”
“At one point, the latter even stole the stage by pulling a blood-covered child out of harm's way while filming on location.”
“As police investigated the latest shooting, friends and relatives of the victims returned to the scene, where a blood-covered gauze package lay on a sidewalk that smelled of bleach.”
“There was gauze and a blood-covered gauze package on the sidewalk, which was wet and smelled of bleach.”
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