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cold blood

and cold coffee
n. beer. How would you like a little cold blood to start things off?
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Cold Blood was listed among the runners-up for Best Local CD of 2016 by CarbondaleRocks.
Charlene D'Avanzo's Cold Blood, Hot Sea focuses on Dr.
Last Thursday, a Palestinian man was killed in cold blood by Israeli troops in the town of Beit Ummar.
They were divided into two groups, with Group I having those who received intermittent antegrade warm blood cardioplegia, and Group II having those who received intermittent antegrade cold blood cardioplegia.
The judge in the case issued a guilty verdict, saying Al-Ahmadi killed his wife in cold blood on purpose," said the statement.
For Voss, any understanding of Capote's In Cold Blood necessarily roots itself in what he calls "Capote's ruinous celebrity" (14), and Voss's work retraces with aplomb the now-familiar narratives of Capote's troubled life as a youth, his emergence into the circles of New York literati and of the gay subcultures of the city, his meteoric rise to fame in print and in the film adaptations of Breakfast at Tiffany's and In Cold Blood, and his gradual but flashy decline as a writer through travel, excess, and increasing personal and artistic turmoil.
The victim had been solicited and murdered in cold blood - an experience enjoyed by this appellant.
The world of amphibians and reptiles finally gets full consideration from famed naturalist Sir David Attenborough in the recent documentary series Life in Cold Blood.
The London gallery commissioned the portrait as a result and it goes on display this weekend to coincide with the last showing tomorrow of Sir David's BBC series, Life In Cold Blood.
Childhood friends, Truman Capote and Harper Lee reunited in Kansas as adults to write In Cold Blood, one of the most riveting works of the true crime genre ever written.
She's in a studio preparing to do some additional dialogue recording (ADR) on a few scenes in Cold Blood.
The plot begins not with a shaken martini, but with a journalist murdered in cold blood.
It was 1966 when Truman Capote, riding high on the success of In Cold Blood, threw his legendary Black and White Ball in New York City.
I genuinely never thought I'd say this, but I am now convinced that the monster who executed this young woman in cold blood should, in turn, be killed as punishment for his crime.
Screenings being shown across US movie theatres of a biopic detailing Truman Capote's writing of his novel In Cold Blood are already having a positive impact on sales of the book throughout the US.