So far in 2008, between 8,315 and 9,028 people have been killed, a sharp drop compared to the 25,774 to 27,599 killed in 2006 and 22,671 to 24,295 who died in 2007, according to Body Count
The 'Pushing Daisies' star will take up the role of Bathory, who is known as the murderess with the biggest ever body count
SYLVESTER Stallone's new Rambo film is the most violent in the series - with a higher body count
than the previous three movies combined.
The letter's publication marked the launch of a new joint campaign www.countthecasualties.org.uk by health charity Medact and the Iraq Body Count
project, who are challenging the Government to count casualties systematically.
A secret scientific paper surfaces, with arson and murder close behind, as Ames looks to clear himself and avoid being added to the body count
. A good part of the story deals with kidnappings and homicides that take place in another part of the country and seemingly are not related to the original plot.
Flowers announced that she'd posted a Clinton Body Count
on her Web site (www.genniferflowers.com) and invited viewers to check it out.
In "Body Count
: The Dead at Tay Ninh," Bowen uses even a sparer, more matter-of-fact style to depict the grotesque.
"That may be so," the Northerner responds, "but it is also irrelevant." That encounter sets the stage for this saga of the "other war"--the war whose buzz words were not "body count
" but "civil action," "pacification," and "a third-force solution"; the war waged not by bombers and ground forces but, as Daniel Ellsberg put it, by "the good guys."
'Apat na ang aming hawak na body count
. Pero meron limang additional,' Sobejana added.
The emotional tension reaches fever pitch as the body count
multiplies and Dave Robicheaux finds himself not just on the trail of a serial killer, but has serious fears for the safety of his own daughter.
Sources: the National Priorities Project Web site costorwar.com the Iraq Casualty Count Web site icasualties.org and the Iraq Body Count
Web site www.iraqbodycount.ent
As the daily body count
climbs, it is a chilling description of what it is like to live with the threat of imminent death.
Look at the body count
, the number of lives they and their minions have tarred to save themselves from the probe of informed public opinion, without so much as an eyeblink of remorse.
It's hard to see how revisionist history could plausibly alter this interpretation, and Ambrose is no revisionist; he admist he shouted "napalm" and "body count
" during a 1970 speeach Nixon gave at Kansas State University.
The disappointing result for all but die-hard gore addicts is a messily inventive body count
but much less suspense.