Why do Republicans continue to value “purification” and bloodletting over winning elections?
He shrugged, “I did not expect it to go on this long,” he said of the bloodletting that had cost 100,000 lives.
Michelle Cottle on how the bloodletting in Vegas rejiggered the race.
Latin Americans share legitimate doubts over how to stop the bloodletting in Syria.
Anyone looking at images of the carnage coming out of Syria these days sympathizes with the desire to see the bloodletting end.
They are aware of bloodletting, which they practise most indiscriminately.
Quarrels were frequent enough; bloodletting was a common occupation.
bloodletting was at its most fashionable in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
bloodletting is supererogatory anyway, and serves merely to whet the appetite.
According to Galen, safety dictated that the first bloodletting be kept to a minimum, if possible.
bloodletting blood·let·ting (blŭd'lět'ĭng)
The theropeutic removal of blood, usually from a vein.