Hit List


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Hit List

In banking, a group of persons convinced or required to attend a presentation or listen to a request for money.
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This is chilling - we have the hit list of vulnerable youngsters PROSECUTING LAWYER ON WHAT LAD PLANNED
The Army issued the statement after lawmakers and human rights advocates went to the Supreme Court to seek for a writ of amparo after learning that their names have supposedly been included in the alleged hit list.
The issue of Shahabuddin's alleged hit list and deteriorating law and order situation across Bihar were also raised in the Bihar legislature on Monday with the BJP members forcing adjournments in both Houses.
The existence of this so-called hit list was vehemently denied at that time, both by Margaret Thatcher and Ian McGregor.
Post Offices on the hit list will today be gathering support to survive.
Coun Tony Rounthwaite, Lib Dem neighbourhoods and communities chief, accused Labour of scaremongering and said: "The suggestion of a hit list for closure is wrong.
Gerry Ryan tries to answer this question in tonight's Hit List Special.
Alex doesn't see the connection, but she knows she'd better find out, because it appears that she's next on the hit list.
We really don't believe the headquarters for the American Red Cross or the Daughters of the American Revolution, or any of the lobbying firms are really on al Qaeda's hit list," Thomas said.
Destined to overtake Paris Hilton's bootleg video on the web hit list within a week.
The Black Panther Party, the brainchild of Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, was about two years old and was the largest target of the FBI's hit list.