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killer

noun annihilator, assassin, assassinator, butcher, criminal, destroyer, exterminator, gunman, hit man, liquidator, manslayer, mass slayer, murderer, serial murderer, shooter, slayer, triggerman, villain
Associated concepts: cop killer law, serial killer
See also: criminal
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Instead, it relies mainly on the formation of immune cells called killer T cells.
Jerry Falwell suggested that the killers were gay, a cry taken up in a press release from Topeka's Westhoro Baptist Church: "Two filthy fags slaughtered 13 people at Columbine High.
But first they must terrorize their designated victims with interminable Germanic thoroughness, as though the killers mean to bludgeon the family - and audience - to death with sheer vacuity.
The killer or killers are very anxious to get caught," she says.
The study showed that killers knew the importance of first aid.
Category killers tend to be some of the shrewdest retailers in the business when it comes to making technology decisions," said Greg Buzek, president of IHL Consulting Group, an analyst firm and consultancy that serves retailers and retail technology vendors.
Hall) moonlights as a serial killer who murders other serial killers.
Photos of the 'monsters' and their victims were projected on a huge screen as he talked about serial killers from England, America, Russia, Japan and Australia.
Because their show utilizes props, HD projectors, special effects and other types of expensive equipment, Studio Killers - Cherry, Goldie Foxx and Dyna Mink - are looking for some financial assistance.
THE unsolved cases of Ireland's missing women have been listed in a new book about serial killers around the world.
Through the creative merging of distinctly human serial killers with demonic, other-worldly forces, savvy horror screenwriters and directors have sought to sidestep the critical problems of audience overfamiliarity and generic exhaustion.