What is slaying?

  • (noun): Unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being.
    Synonyms: murder, execution

Some articles on slaying:

End Of Innocence (Nightwish) - Track Listing
... "Dead Boy's Poem / Slaying The Dreamer" 23 ... "Slaying the Dreamer" 3 ... "Slaying the Dreamer" 5 ...
Mithraist - Iconography
... Mithras-worship in the Roman Empire was characterized by images of the god slaughtering a bull ... Other images of Mithras are found in the Roman temples, for instance Mithras banqueting with Sol, and depictions of the birth of Mithras from a rock ...
Harivamsa - Contents
... two arjuna trees 8-10 Migration to Vrindavana 11-12 The victory over Kaliya 13-14 The slaying of Dhenuka the donkey and Pralamba 15-19 The lifting of Mount Govardhana in defiance of Indra 20 The Rasa ... ensure his favor to herself 82-85† The slaying of the demons of Shatpura 86-87† The slaying of Andhaka by Mahadeva 88-89† The sports of the Yadavas in ocean 90† The abduction of. 104-109 The legend of Pradyumna and the slaying of Sambara 110 The tale of Samba 111-115 Krishna recovers the four dead sons of a brahman 111-115 Krishna’s fight with Bana and the marriage ...
Skab - Introduced in Mortal Kombat: Deception - Ashrah
... is actually the "Datusha", a mystical vampire-slaying weapon that corrupts its wielder with the false belief that they are using it to fight vampires and other demons ... Ashrah's MK Armageddon bio explains that, after slaying a multitude of demons in the Netherrealm, she transcends that plane of hell and emerges in an unfamiliar realm, surrounded by celestial beings ... After submitting to their will, Ashrah is transported to Vaeternus to start slaying the vampire race, whom she sees as vile beings ...

Famous quotes containing the word slaying:

    The great tragedy of science—the slaying of a beautiful theory by an ugly fact.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895)

    The great tragedy of science—the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)