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decapitate

dee ka puh tayt

  • v  cut the head of

  • The Arabs will not be impressed if we, like in their culture, decapitate all the little guys and exonerate anybody above a certain level who was responsible.
  • Hizballah believes that Mughniyah's assassination is part of an Israeli plan to decapitate the leadership of militant anti-Israel groups as a precursor for launching a new war .
  • LACAYO: When did you first decide to take a mannequin and decapitate it and dress it in those "authentic" African fabrics? SHONIBARE: In 1995, something like that.
Quotes

  • Bill Clinton in International Herald Tribune
    There won't be tonight, unless you decapitate Michigan and Florida, which violates our values and is dumb politics,Bill Clinton said.
  • John Walsh in Reuters
    For 27 years we've been asking, 'Who could take a 6-year-old boy and murder him and decapitate him? Who?'John Walsh said at a news conference. "We needed to know. We needed to know. And today we know."
  • Kevin Rudd in Sydney Morning Herald
    To be blunt, when I got the phone call to say that in our near neighbour to the north, East Timor, there'd been an attempt to decapitate the entire democratically-elected leadership of that small democracy,Mr Rudd told ABC radio. "That...

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