garrotte garrotte


  1. (n) an instrument of execution for execution by strangulation
  2. (v) strangle with an iron collar

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  1. "It is time someone had the guts to stand up, cross the room and just say no to Nintendo," Johnson wrote, quite passionately. "It is time to garrotte the Game Boy and paralyse the PlayStation, and it is about time, as a society, that we...
    on Oct 16, 2008 By: Boris Johnson Source: Pocket Gamer

  2. "Too late, she realized his dreaded intention," Rader wrote later in a secret diary he kept of his murders, which reads like the screenplay of a horror film. "The end came in about two to three minutes, as the garrotte tightened and...
    on Aug 19, 2005 By: Dennis Rader Source: Newsday

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