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  • In that way, it could take four to five days before the victim died.
  • The most popular version is that every year the lake claims one male victim.
  • In many ways, the band had become victims of their own success.
  • The remains and personal effects of the victims were returned to the families.
  • The murder takes place at the victim's home in view of his family.
  • It appeared so fresh that the workers believed they had discovered a recent murder victim.
  • Another day begins with the victims being forced to act like dogs.
  • These draw upon the resources of the host population and rapidly kill many victims.
  • The suffering of ten unknown victims of the camp was recorded on the stone.
  • Immediately after he died a new victim for the next year's ceremony was chosen.
  • He was captured when a victim recognized him on the street.
  • He dragged his victim's body off and put it in his car.
  • The true victim count remains unknown, and could be much higher.
  • Nearly half of the victims were children under five.
  • Day was also a victim of an incident during the election.
  • Some victims call back multiple times in an effort to collect all the details.
  • There is a new murder victim every episode, who usually has it coming to them for one reason or another.
  • Most of the victims were killed using these four structures.
  • The victim's family stated that they would appeal the decision.
  • The exact numbers of all the victims may never be known.
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Meaning of victim

  • noun An unfortunate person who suffers from some adverse circumstance
  • noun A person who is tricked or swindled