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And I do mean blood - soaked … and blood-coated … and just very good.
And then I stepped offstage, danced my way through the writhing bodies strewn on the sticky, booze- and blood-coated floor, caught up to Paul, and tapped him on the shoulder.
In June, Daini's soldiers arrested four Mahdi Army members with a blood-coated knife and a list of 30 names, 20 of them crossed out.
In addition to a slash wound on his throat, later determined to be self-inflicted, he had cuts on the fingers of his right hand, an injury police believe was allegedly caused when his hand slipped down the blood-coated scissors he used to stab Rahman.
And is that the media’s fault, or the fault of the public who clamors for the moment of impact, the crumbling corpse, the blood-coated face of a beautiful young woman lying dead in a street in Tehran?
An ', lookin' at the red stain 'roun' its edge, that pill must a been blood-coated. "