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victims, plural;
  1. A person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime, accident, or other event or action

  2. A person who is tricked or duped
    • - the victim of a hoax
  3. A living creature killed as a religious sacrifice

  1. an unfortunate person who suffers from some adverse circumstance
  2. a person who is tricked or swindled
  3. Victim is the first release by Gojira (then Godzilla). It contains the band's earliest demos.
  4. "Victim" was the second single from Eighteen Visions self titled album. The song was featured as the theme song to WWE Vengeance, and has had much airplay on the radio stations. The CD was not released as a single, but rather as a promo, for radio, and collectors.
  5. Victim is a 1961 British film directed by Basil Dearden, starring Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Syms. It is notable in film history for being the first English language film to use the word "homosexual". The world premier was at the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square on 31 August 1961. ...
  6. A Place I've Never Been is the first album and studio album by Australian Idol series three winner Kate DeAraugo, released in Australia by Sony BMG Australia on 12 December 2005 (see 2005 in music). ...
  7. The Victim (ผีคนเป็น or Phii khon pen) is a 2006 Thai horror-thriller film written and directed by Monthon Arayangkoon. ...
  8. The Victim is a movie starring Michael Biehn, Jennifer Blanc, Danielle Harris, Ryan Honey, and Denny Kirkwood.
  9. A living creature which is slain and offered as human or animal sacrifice, usually in a religious rite; by extension, the transfigurated body and blood of Christ in the Eucharist; Anyone who is physically harmed by another; An aggrieved or disadvantaged party in a crime (e.g. swindle. ...
  11. (The Victims) The first victim was Liam Gordon Wood, age 18, who was fly fishing in Whatcom Creek when the rupture occurred. According to Whatcom County Medical Examiner Dr. Gary Goldfogel, Wood was overcome by noxious fumes, and fell into the creek and drowned prior to the explosion.
  12. (Victims) Employees who lose their jobs due to a layoff.
  13. (Victims) Found when hovering mouse cursor over the Character Class field of the Inventory panel. Shows how many kills a character on the Path of Shadows has made.
  14. (Victims) Media Environment with Nancy Spero and Werner Wada, Rod Rodgers Dance Company
  15. (Victims) On December 17, 2007, Pickton was convicted of second-degree murder in the deaths of six women: Count 1, Sereena Abotsway[74] (born August 20, 1971), 29 when she disappeared in August 2001. ...
  16. (Victims) The Corrections and Conditional Release Act (CCRA) defines a victim as someone to whom harm was done or who suffered physical or emotional damage as the result of a crime. ...
  17. To dream that you are the victim of any scheme, foretells that you will be oppressed and over-powered by your enemies. Your family relations will also be strained. To victimize others, denotes that you will amass wealth dishonorably and prefer illicit relations, to the sorrow of your companions.
  18. Person or entity who suffers direct or threatened physical, financial, or emotional harm as a result of the commission of a crime.
  19. Is defined by Article 56.01, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure (TCCP) as a person who is the victim of the offense of sexual assault, kidnapping, aggravated robbery, trafficking of persons, or injury to a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual or who has suffered personal injury or ...
  20. Someone who has been hurt, made to suffer or even killed by another.
  21. A person who has suffered harm as the direct result of an offence or offences.
  22. A person against whom a crime is committed; most often used as a legal term, but also used in some organizations when discussing women or survivors who come in for services.
  23. A child having a maltreatment disposition of substantiated, indicated, or alternative response victim.
  24. This person perceives just about every situation as one that will somehow have negative consequences. Also referred to as the whiner or complainer, this person always has a dark cloud over his or her head -- preferring to be helpless to make changes to improve the situation.
  25. a person who suffers loss of property, bodily injury, or death as a result of: the commission of an offense; the good faith effort to prevent the commission of an offense; the good faith effort to apprehend a person reasonably suspected of committing an offense; the estate of the deceased or ...