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- v. Present participle of behead.
- n. An instance of at least one person being beheaded.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of cutting off the head; specifically, execution by decapitation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. execution by cutting off the victim's head
- n. killing by cutting off the head
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And, would logic tell us that publicizing a beheading is a bonus for the perpetrator?
For example, suppose a state finds that beheading is less cruel than lethal injection.
The beheading is to be carried out by Labour peer Lord Ahmed, who welcomed the Government announcement as 'a good day for Britain ', and has vowed to amass 10,000 supporters of the new legislation to celebrate outside Parliament.
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A beheading is repositioned as an independent act of evil rather than retribution for our own moral collapse.
They've ruled out torture, but they're still thinking about truth drugs and, possibly, extradition to a country where beheading is still practiced.
She called the beheading 'senseless', adding: 'He was abducted with a woman in her 70s - what on earth is the point of that?