Again, consider the numbers: those two fatal attacks by Hasan and Bledsoe killed a total of 14 people.
Television, especially cable news, has a fatal weakness for the superficial and the shiny.
Yesterday's killings of Morsi demonstrators suggest how the distinction can become a fatal contradiction.
Insight also a ham radio recording of army messages during the fatal afternoon.
Wexler and Hancock remain agnostic on whether or not Ray actually fired the fatal shot.
It was there and then this fatal epidemic first appeared in the United States.
With a rogue a mistake may easily be and almost always is fatal.
Such an idea is as fatal to society as we know it as a virus plague.
The admiration which they would attract would be fatal to them.
But he regretted his violence and told her so, which was fatal, or so it seemed to me.
fatal fa·tal (fāt'l)
Causing or capable of causing death.
Resulting in termination of the program.