The time for Samana Suk Formation was picked at 1.58 TWT in 96-SHD-313 under the correlated shot point
location with reference to well at surface (Fig.
With the game tied at 70-all and with barely a fraction of a second left in the game clock, Sandie Limin was fouled on his attempt to the basket and cashed in on his second gift shot point
to register the game-clinching solitary point that sent Manila to the finals against Pampanga.
A friend's relative (a lawyer who had gone to the Mall to meet a client) died from a gunshot wound in the face, a friend's sister died from bullets sprayed in her tummy as she served customers by the door, children and very young people have been shot point
He was found dead in his office on March 31, 2011, shot point
blank in the head.
The unidentified woman and her son were shot point
blank by one of her relatives on charge of having immoral relations with people in the Shedaee area on the outskirts of Herat City, the deputy police chief, Maj.Gen.Abdul Hameed Hamidi, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
She was shot point
blank from a very short distance and the bullet Malala received, passed through vein to neck and rested near back bone.
He added that Moscow, with great pain, had received the news of this new massacre against the Syrian citizens who were shot point
blank by unidentified monsters.
The defenceless men and women, said to be Tajiks, shown being riddled with a battery of automatic fire from the brave Frontier Constabulary officers and men and the critically wounded Karachi youth lying in a pool of blood, having been shot point
blank by the valiant Rangers, makes for incredible news footage.
He was shot several times while he was filming the raid, then he was shot point
blank range in the face, even though he was wounded and posed no threat to the Israeli commandos.
For example, Cevdet Kiliclar was taking a photo when he was shot point
blank in the forehead.
Ms Giffords responded from the moment she arrived at the emergency room on January after being shot point
blank in the head on January 8 outside a store in Tucson, Arizona.