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killing

noun annihilation, assassination, bloody murrer, decimation, destruction, elimination, execution, homicide, liquidation, massacre, murder, murderrus assault, slaughter, slaying, violent death
Associated concepts: criminally negligent homicide, intent to kill, justifiable killing, malicious killing, premeditation, self-defense, wrongful death
See also: aberemurder, assassination, capital punishment, deadly, dispatch, fatal, homicide, lethal, manslaughter, murder, pernicious, pestilent
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With grocery and home improvement stores anchoring a strong lineup of national retailers, we believe The Crossing at Killingly Commons is a great addition to the portfolio.
The Killingly Industrial Park's water system is the second acquisition completed by Connecticut Water Service, Inc.
He states, "I am absolutely elated to be able to receive such a piece of property, it will help us preserve and protect the natural beauty of Killingly for future generations.
Crystal serves nearly 3,500 customers in the towns of Killingly, Brooklyn, Thompson and Plainfield.
Consultant will use an XRF machine that is calibrated according to standard practices of the trade, and acceptable to the Town of Killingly.
KILLINGLY -- State police said a Worcester woman was killed Saturday afternoon in a rollover crash in Killingly, according to the Norwich Bulletin.
PG&E Generating (PG&E Gen), the competitive power generation unit of PG&E Corporation (NYSE: PCG), today announced the completion of the $490 million financing for its new "merchant" power generation facility, the 792-megawatt Lake Road Generating Plant in Killingly, Conn.
UXBRIDGE -- Town Manager Sean Hendricks announced Wednesday that he will leave in April to become town manager of Killingly, Conn.
Staples currently operates a 830,000 square foot facility in Hagerstown, Md; a 310,000 square foot facility in Killingly, Conn.
March 5, 2015 at Danielson Airport; 70 Airport Road; Killingly, CT 06239.
Burgess of Webster; 2 grandchildren, Kim Wigglesworth and her husband Scott of North Grosvenordale, CT and Michelle Jodrey and her husband Chris of Killingly, CT; a great-granddaughter, Cassidy Jodrey; 2 sisters, Irene Greenwood and Lorraine White, both of Webster; nieces and nephews; and a dear friend, Marilyn Kaye of Webster.
The state-of-the-art facility will be presented publicly for the first time today, as the company hosts up to 550 Staples employees and invited guests, including keynote speaker James Abromaitis, Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development; Jack Burke, Chairman of Killingly Town Council; Tom Homan, Killingly Town Manager; Staples Chairman and CEO Thomas G.