In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1masacre femininebaño de sangre masculinecarnicería feminine
- Political boundaries splitting ethnic groups have produced bloodbaths everywhere.
- They were viewed as the biggest risk in the attempt to avoid a bloodbath, which appears to be the reason for the controversial use of the special gas.
- This was the real cause of the horrendous bloodbath of the First World War.
- When the people at home glimpse the reality of war, that it's a bloodbath, they freak out.
- Often these TV events are watered down versions of what should be premium bloodbaths.
- A similar performance then would be an unmitigated disaster, with the Battle of Britain likely to be no more than a bloodbath.
- The government, they say, is concealing a savage bloodbath in which dozens of detainees were killed by police and guards.
- It may dovetail with comedy, with stysized bloodbaths and gore, with the thriller and morality-play, but it is not beholden to any of them.
- Fears are now running high that the street attack could spark a bloodbath among the city's rival mobs.
- Now the president said that he was leaving this country to avoid a bloodbath.
- And since you're so keen to talk about bloodbaths: will there be revolution in the violent sense, or is it possible to avoid that?
- Rather, the old testament looks like their text, with its vengeful God, its tribal bloodbaths and its focus on the Israelites.
- The film opens with a bloodbath, relying heavily on killing, maiming and general shock tactics.
- The shooting marked the start of a bloodbath that killed 200,000 people and forced 1.8 million to leave their homes.
- This led to a communal bloodbath in which hundreds of thousands were killed and many thousands more were expelled from their homes.
- The bandits attack, a bloodbath ensues, and casualties are heavy.
- Others have been nothing short of bloodbaths, where age-old rivalries and enmities were brought out to be settled once and for all!
- True, the election was not the bloodbath that had been widely predicted.
- One was the devastation caused by the two world wars and subsequent regional bloodbaths.
- The narrative of contemporary history heaps one appalling disaster upon another as the world crawls towards hostilities, bloodbaths, and natural disasters.
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