Here King Duncan is asking who the person in front of him is, but Shakespeare is also establishing the connection between bloodiness
and manliness at the outset of the play.
But that very appearance of bloodiness
may have presented another regulatory hurdle for the company and its effort to get the product into supermarkets.
The worst thing about the virus is not its deeply exaggerated bloodiness
, but its ability to corrupt the bonds of community.
It appears both countries have taken off the gloves and have moved from bloody rhetoric to bloodiness
in juxtaposition with the bloodless high-end luxury is jarring - but not in a good way.
A suggestion to proabortionists: Attend any of the many, many state pro-life rallies or the huge assemblage in our nation's capital and see if you still believe that celebrating the brutality and bloodiness
and barbarity of abortion is a winning strategy.
Preluded by a bloody military coup and dress rehearsal of ethnic cleansing of Igbo residents in Northern Nigeria in 1966, Nigeria's civil war from 1966 to 1970 set a dubious record in bloodiness
. See Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe, Biafra Revisited 58 (2007) (assessing the war as "the most gruesome genocide that Africa had witnessed in a century."); Philip C.
Given the bloodiness
of Europe's history this always struck me as the strongest Remain argument, endorsed by the fact that in 2012 the EU won the Nobel Peace Prize for advancing the causes of peace, reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe.
Though colors have had various meanings throughout the centuries, Mary's red-dyed alcove points to human corporeality, the bloodiness
of our births and deaths.
The enmity and bloodiness
that seems to characterize Turkish politics these days is very damaging.
Little is held back -- scenes depict the bloodiness
of butchery, animal whipping, shackling, and overcrowding in cages.
Even the water is digital in a 'Greekquel' drenched in CGI bloodiness
. (Cert 15, 2013) **