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This was accomplished by putting a layer of red makeup on Christopher Lee's face, and then covering his entire face with a thin coating of mortician's wax, which was then made up to conform to his normal skin tone.

You can't call an undertaker a mortician- too high falutin'; you got
the battlefield including Dwarven satchel charges, unexploded cocktails and mortar shells, and the explosive body parts of Wights.

Reuters AlertNet - FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, Nov 20 dead link November 23: mortar rounds and five car bombs, at least three of which were suicide attacks, killed 215 in Baghdad's Sadr City.

In the mission "Black Friday", Campbell is wounded in the neck by the mortar shell that wounds Baker and Hartsock and kills Friar, thus preventing him from speaking for the rest of the game.

mortar and other fragments of armaments can be found at the vicinity.

The Marines were hit by intense mortar and rifle fire and suffered 5 dead and 17 wounded.

Motor powered mortar mixers have saved much in time and energy as well.

Porter's mortar schooners and gunboats remained at their stations below the southern fortifications covering the movement with rapid fire.

In return the Chinese had fired over 4,000 rounds of artillery and mortar fire and the 179th Infantry had suffered 43 casualties, including 8 killed in action.

Mr. karzai took a postgraduate course in political science at Himachal University from 1979 to 1983. mortar rounds landed about 2.5 km (1.5 mile) from a guard tower north of Bagram Air Base.

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