Definition of Shootings
1. Noun. (plural of shooting) ¹
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Definition of Shootings
1. shooting [n] - See also: shooting
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Literary usage of Shootings
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1. To Serve Without Favor: Policing, Human Rights, and Accountability in by Julia Hall (1997)
"The mission met with unionist politicians, former UDA paramilitaries, and victims of punishment shootings to discuss paramilitary repression in loyalist ..."
2. Children in Northern Ireland: Abused by Security Forces and Paramilitaries by Lois Whitman (1992)
"Victims of Punishment shootings and Assaults The number of people who are victims of punishment shootings and assaults by the IRA and the UDA is appalling. ..."
3. Reports of Scotch Appeals in the House of Lords A. D. 1851 to 1873: With by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1895)
"I think, that the former part of that direction as to the value of the shootings to be taken by themselves was superfluous, though I should not have ..."
4. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by House of Lords, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1855)
"shootings as given in the report. Had Sir Niel then let! shootings under 'such ... "The former report applied to the first case pot,ra.u shootings being let ..."
5. Brutality Unchecked: Human Rights Abuses Along the U. S. Border with Mexico by Human Rights Watch (Organization, Americas Watch Committee (U.S.), Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1992)
"Impunity for shootings Indeed, impunity has been the norm when it comes to the use offeree by INS agents, as the following cases illustrate. ..."
6. The Moor and the Loch: Containing Practical Hints on Most of the Highland by John Colquhoun (1888)
"Kinnaird House and shootings, with permission of salmon-fishing in the ... Langlee, with grouse and lowland shootings, and leave to fish in the Tweed, ..."
7. The Moor and the Loch: Containing Minute Instructions in All Highland Sports by John Colquhoun (1884)
"Langlee, with grouse and lowland shootings, and leave to fish in the Tweed, ... Leny House and shootings, with the exclusive leave of wildfowl shooting on ..."
8. Gairloch in North-west Ross-shire: Its Records, Traditions, Inhabitants, and by John Henry Dixon (1886)
"... shootings ; the Badachro river is let with the Shieldaig shootings ; and the Kerry river is let with the Flowerdale shootings. The Little Gruinard river ..."