Kill may refer to:

  • To cause the death of a living organism

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Other articles related to "kill":

Kill, County Kildare - People
... Jocelyn, Bishop of Clogher, was once stationed in Kill and lived in the Glebe House there c ... a cousin of John Devoy was captain of Óglaigh na hÉireann in Kill during the War of Independence and Civil War ...
Farin Urlaub - Discography - Collaborations
... Jan for the soundtrack of "Werner - Beinhart!" "Donna Clara" (1995) - as Kill Kill Gaskrieg (The Bates featuring Bela B ... Kill Kill Gaskrieg) for the album "Pleasure + Pain" "Du bist hübsch, Kati" (1995) - for Heinz Strunk's album "Der Mettwurstpapst" Backing vocals for songs "Monster", "Ohne Traurigkeit" and "Meer" on Fleischmann's ...
Licence To Kill - Appearances in Other Media
... The Licence to Kill screenplay was written into a novel by the then-novelist of the Bond series John Gardner ... Licence to Kill was also adapted as a forty-four page, colour graphic novel, by writer and artist Mike Grell (also author of original-story Bond comic books), published by Eclipse ... published a video game adaptation, 007 Licence to Kill, to various personal computers ...
Dave Grossman (author) - Work
... first book, On Killing The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society is an analysis of the physiological processes involved with killing another human being ... violence, and that soldiers need to be specifically trained to kill ... with the physiological and psychological effects of violence for people forced to kill in their line of work (soldiers and police officers) ...
... are a category of pest control chemicals intended to kill rodents ... Single feed baits are chemicals sufficiently dangerous that the first dose is sufficient to kill ... Rodents are difficult to kill with poisons because their feeding habits reflect their place as scavengers ...

Famous quotes containing the word kill:

    ...we avoid hospitals because ... they’ll kill you there. They overtreat you. And when they see how old you are, and that you still have a mind, they treat you like a curiosity: like “Exhibit A” and “Exhibit B.” Like, “Hey. nurse, come on over here and looky-here at this old woman, she’s in such good shape....” . Most of the time they don’t even treat you like a person, just an object.
    Annie Elizabeth Delany (b. 1891)

    You’re not big enough to do this to Rocco! I’ll kill you. You’ll never bring me in! Never!
    Richard Brooks (1912–1992)

    The tendency of organization is to kill out the spirit which gave it birth. Organizations do not protect the sacredness of the individual; their tendency is to sink the individual in the mass, to sacrifice his rights, and to immolate him on the altar of some fancied good.
    Angelina Grimké (1805–1879)