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  • n. Plural form of bloodstain.


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  • A steady morning drizzle washed away bloodstains and threatened evidence at the site of the attacks, which ripped off storefronts, shredded a bus stop and left bodies strewn in the dirt of Mumbai's crowded neighborhoods and market.

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  • It was the worst mass murder in Juárez in years, Cardona says as I gaze at the flickering votives, the bloodstains and bullet holes framing the picture of Christ.

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  • Afterwards they found bloodstains and knew that he was wounded.

    Koolau the Leper

  • But prosecutors in 1995 were aided by testimony from a forensic chemist, who said that enzyme tests showed that bloodstains found on Arrington's sweatpants were "consistent with the blood type of the victim," according to court records.

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  • Now that there's a Wal-Mart in my neighborhood, I could well break this resolution before I even sweep up the last shards of broken glass and bleach out the last bloodstains following my New Year's Eve party.

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  • “I could see there was a lot of blood in the room as well as large bloodstains on the bedclothing.”

    Robyn Browne murder trial: update from Old Bailey, January 7

  • I needed my darkness, my scars and my bloodstains to feel like I mattered.

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  • In one, a yellow taxi was shown with a dead man in the driver's seat and bloodstains on the door.

    Showing Hama in ruins, Syria says revolt quelled

  • Why should I be ashamed of not wanting to spend ages scrubbing bloodstains out of my clothes?

    Shamebagging « Gin&Comment

  • One glance at the upturned and now-open hamster cage, the tiny little bloodstains on the carpet and the smug, "What, me?" look on the face of my wife's cat told me all I needed to know.

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