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While it may be hard to find some R&R with all the ongoing bloodshed, there are moments of peace to be found in Ancient Greece.
FIVE SENSATIONAL VACATION DESTINATIONS FROM THE VIRTUAL WORLDS OF VIDEO GAMESSHELLY TAN, ELISE FAVIS, GENE PARK, ARMAND EMAMDJOMEHFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Fights over territory and control of gambling profits often erupted into bombings and bloodshed.
Human rights activists say Facebook’s inaction allowed the military to whip up hate against the Rohingya and lay the groundwork for the bloodshed, which was generally accepted, and even praised, by many in Myanmar.
León, who was featured in the PBS American Masters series, wrote of the love, bloodshed and poetry she found surviving New York’s foster care system while navigating complex issues of race, gender and sexual trauma.
In both works, the flawed relationship between creator and creature drives the plot, and in both cases, the conflict ends in bloodshed.
THE FIRST ‘ROBOTS’ WERE MADE OF FLESH AND BONEBY JOHN M. JORDAN/MIT PRESS READERJANUARY 26, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
No one really wants to hear their thoughts, least of all Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, whose rage was barely concealed during proceedings on Wednesday after their stunt sparked bloodshed under his roof.
At that moment the crime and inefficacy of bloodshed, in avenging injuries like his, or any injuries, struck upon his soul.
The squabbles between the armed natives and their leaders, however, were several times on the point of producing bloodshed.
The motive of this harmless ruse was to bolster up Spanish prestige and thereby avoid bloodshed.
Amid the perpetration of much bloodshed and tyranny, Christianity has certainly achieved some good.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD

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