Killing may refer to:
- Causing the death of a living organism
Other articles related to "killing":
... Killing Ground is the fifteenth full-length studio album by heavy metal band Saxon released in 2001 (see 2001 in music) ... Killing Ground was also released as a special Digi-pack edition with a bonus disc featuring 8 classics re-recorded tracks which would later appear in Heavy Metal Thunder ...
... In August 2003, her body was accidentally found by members of the public while they were walking on Shelling Hill beach ... Jean McConville was buried beside her husband Arthur in Holy Trinity graveyard, Lisburn, County Antrim ...
... in Kälvesta, Sweden just outside Stockholm, killing all 22 on board. 240 crashes near Guatemala City, Guatemala, due to a maintenance error, killing all 28 people on board. 707 crash, a Boeing 707 crashes near Lusaka, Zambia, due to structural failure, killing all 6 on board ...
... competing in Melodifestivalen 2009 with "Killing Me Tenderly" a duet with Maria Haukaas Storeng conceived as a solo, the song's composers had recast "Kill ... Killing Me Tenderly" bowed out of Melodifestivalen 2009 in Semi-Final #4 - held February 2009 ... - in seventh place however the recording of "Killing ...
... The alleged killing of Zuheir Mohsen, a pro-Syrian member of the PLO in 1979 ... The alleged killing of Atef Bseiso, a top intelligence officer of the PLO in Paris in 1992 ... The killing of Yehia El-Mashad, the head of the Iraq nuclear weapons program, in 1980 ...
Famous quotes containing the word killing:
“Mortals are easily tempted to pinch the life out of their neighbours buzzing glory, and think that such killing is no murder.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)
“when Mrs Kindhead comes to collect for the Community Chest
grab her and tell her There are unfavorable omens in the sky!
And when the mayor comes to get my vote tell him
When are you going to stop people killing whales!”
—Gregory Corso (b. 1930)
“His mind resembled the vast amphitheatre, the Colisæum at Rome. In the centre stood his judgement, which, like a mighty gladiator, combated those apprehensions that, like the wild beasts of the Arena, were all around the cells, ready to be let out upon him. After a conflict, he drove them back into their dens; but not killing them, they were still assailing him.”
—James Boswell (17401795)