Some articles on killed:
... On January 22, 1973, 176 people were killed when an ALIA Boeing 707 was landing at Kano, Nigeria On August 3, 1975, all 188 persons when an ALIA Boeing 707 struck a mountain ridge ...
... Peleus accidentally killed Eurytion during the hunt for the Calydonian Boar and fled from Phthia to Iolcus, where he was purified by Acastus ... forced to agree, but Heracles intervened on her behalf and killed the wild horse-man ... He and his fellows were killed in the fight with the Lapiths that followed, the Centauromachy ...
... Status Date of Attack Location James Martin 55 Killed October 2, 2002, 604 pm Wheaton, Maryland James Buchanan 39 Killed October 3, 2002, 741 am Rockville, Maryland ... Iran Brown 13 Survived October 7, 2002, 809 am Bowie, Maryland Dean Harold Meyers 53 Killed October 9, 2002, 818 pm Manassas, Virginia Kenneth Bridges 53 Killed ...
... It is estimated that around 17,825 Lebanese were killed during the first year of the war, with differing estimates of the proportion of civilians killed ... people, both military and civilian, were killed in the Beirut area alone during the conflict, while 9,797 Syrian soldiers, PLO fighters, and other forces aligned with the PLO, as well as 2,513 ... Approximately 675 Israeli soldiers were killed ...
... The total number killed in the guerrilla war of 1919-21 between Republicans and British forces in what became the Irish Free State came to over 3,400 ... for its dead, of all ranks, of which it counted 162 up to the 1921 Truce and 18 killed afterwards ... took place in Belfast 452 people were killed there - 267 Catholics and 185 Protestants ...
Famous quotes containing the word killed:
“One sometimes says: He killed himself because he was bored with life. One ought rather to say: He killed himself because he was bored by lack of life.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)
“Some ghosts are women,
neither abstract nor pale,
their breasts as limp as killed fish.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Planted deeper than roots,
This chiselled, flung-up faith
Runs and leaps against the sky,
A prayer killed into stone....”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)