However, most shed blood
was still returned to the heart-lung machine via the cardiotomy sucker.
The carnage is the only common link between two intractable sides all too willing to shed blood
for a cause.
Yet the trail from Atlanta is hostile, populated by isolated White communities who have disconnected themselves from the urban metropolises, ready to shed blood
to preserve their sovereignty.
Admirable as their courage was, however, it was as nothing to the bravery of the people of Northern Ireland and their leaders ( political, religious, industrial and social ( for it was they who took the real risks and shed blood
How can a people, how can a continent, not shed blood
Post-operative retrieval of shed blood
was attempted for 99 consecutive patients undergoing primary TKJA between February and July 2005 using the donor salvage and re-infusion drains.
Boston Archbishop Sean O'Malley reflecting on his new cardinal's vestments that are red to symbolize a willingness to shed blood
for the church
May I enlighten Ron to the fact that a lot of us shed blood
, sweat and tears over half of our lifetime to pay off mortgages, driving to work in scrapyard level cars, paying car tax, petrol tax and income tax for the sake of having a roof over our heads, in my case as a plant driver on construction sites which everyone knows is a here-today-gone-tomorrow occupation.
RB says: A hugely experienced former England captain who shed blood
for his country - and never jumped out of an "ooh, mind me foot" tackle
Yet even through his misjudgments and personal sufferings, Lafayette never abandoned this driving belief that all humans were entitled to the liberty for which he shed blood
in the United States.
Here in the fat First World we are smug and arrogant perhaps because we haven't had to shed blood
for Christ or defend our soil.
Ancient wrongs shed blood
today, Wrongs today shed blood
Wales shed blood
, sweat and tears against France at the Millennium Stadium yesterday - epitomised by wounded skipper Colin Charvis, above.
But God said to me, 'You shall not build a house for my name, because you are a man of wars; you have shed blood
South Korean Consul General in Osaka Yu Byong U criticized Thursday the Japanese government's decision to send noncombat troops to Iraq as ''lacking debate on whether it is prepared to shed blood
for international peace.