In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1asesino masculineasesina femininehired assassin — asesino a sueldo masculine
- We also give the name of the assassin who attempted three days ago to murder an SEP member.
- Cyanide is a colourless, lethal, water-soluble poison occasionally used by mafia assassins.
- Both presidents were assassinated in office and both assassins used their middle names for preference.
- Police believe the victim may not have even seen the assassin who murdered him with a single shot to the back.
- The assassin hadn't killed him yet - that was important given the skill this man had.
- One of the assassins was traced to the village of Lidice which was to pay a terrible price for having one of its townsfolk involved in this killing.
- He would like to deny that history which depicts Turks as assassins, or apportion blame to the Armenians.
- She seeks revenge upon the other assassins with whom she worked.
- It focuses brilliantly on political intrigue and high stakes and assassins and crumbling empires.
- This particular guild was a home to 75 of the best thieves, assassins and cut throats in Europe.
- The combination of the assassins, of time, of blame, and his own inevitable errors mean that someone else must take on the job.
- However, I was an assassin, trained to kill with or without a good reason.
- From his comment, Flynn obviously knew the reason why his assassin was there.
- She knew now he was not sleeping, and had been murdered by the assassins who lay dead on her floor.
- After all, the assassins are willing to kill and wound hundreds to get one man.
- The men who were on the terrace were obviously not the actual assassins.
- The real targets of these laws will not be bomb throwers or assassins.
- Paramilitary assassins used live ammunition and shot to the head.
- He was murdered under mysterious circumstances; the assassin has never been found.
- It's unlikely a professional assassin would have shown his face or made a getaway on foot.
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