bleedout

bleedout

[′blēd‚au̇t]
(chemical engineering)
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Bloodsport GraveDigger Chisel 6.73 All heads caused bleedout in less than 10.5 sec.
Bombers, Bank Accounts, & Bleedout; Al-Qa'das Road in and out of Iraq, Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, New York, 2008.
(16) Peter Bergen, "After the War in Iraq: What Will the Foreign Fighters Do?" in Brian Fishman ed., Bombers, Bank Accounts, & Bleedout: Al-Qa'ida's Road in and out of Iraq (West Point, NY: Combating Terrorism Center, 2008), p.
Then the process of bleedout begins and the animal drops several minutes later, when blood loss has its effect.
Bombers, bank accounts, and bleedout: Al-Qa'ida's road in and out of Iraq.
British-based American novelist Joan Brady's first thriller, Bleedout, and her son Alexander Masters' first book, Stuart - A Life Backwards, will both arrive in shops on April 4The books have been produced by separate publishers and Brady, 65, who won the Whitbread Prize in 1993 for her novel Theory Of War, said the joint publication date was a 'pure coincidence'.
Large amounts of these oils can be added without bleedout. In addition, the resistance of pigmented stocks to outdoor exposure is very good.
(24) Larger numbers, better training and a higher survival rate are likely to produce a larger "bleedout" of foreign fighters from Syria than Iraq.
From streamlined lighting systems containing light in special chambers (eliminating bleedout that can distract from the shot or actually blind the shooter, lighting only the fiber ends and routing it to the aiming points) to rheostat-controlled, violet LED illumination maximizing fiber optic glow without negatively affecting night vision, these features make low-light shots surer than ever.
It plows through animal tissue, leaving a large wound channel behind for bleedout. But you .177 shooters can forget you ever heard of Weatherby.
(37) Joseph Felter and Brian Fishman, "Becoming a Foreign Fighter: A Second Look at the Sinjar Records," in Brian Fishman ed., Bombers, Bank Accounts, and Bleedout: al-Qa'ida's Road In and Out of Iraq (West Point, NY: Combating Terrorism Center, 2008).
The kill comes from a huge wound channel and bleedout, rather than from hydrostatic shock.