Recent Examples of bloodstain from the Web
Afterward, the camera captures Sterling with a large bloodstain on his chest as an officer on the ground next to him keeps his gun pointed at him.
The bloodstains, since tested, did not contain Aguirre’s DNA.
Investigators found a bloodstain on Hall’s left shoe.
But in 2016, the Florida Supreme Court overturned his convictions and ordered a new trial after defense lawyers found 150 untested bloodstains from the crime scene.
The cleaners wash bloodstains and collect body parts in plastic bags or carts.
But the Florida Supreme Court in 2016 overturned his convictions and ordered a new trial after defense lawyers found 150 untested bloodstains from the crime scene.
Reliably funny Bateman and adorably spunky McAdams get the funniest scenes, including one in which Max must hurriedly clean bloodstains off a fluffy white dog's fur.
And at the point in the poem that talks about bloodstains and tampons and pads being taxed while Rogaine and Viagra are not, the crowd went nuts.
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BLOODSTAIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bloodstain for English Language Learners
: a spot of blood on something (such as a piece of clothing)
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