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QUARREL. A dispute; a difference. In law, particularly in releases, which are taken most strongly against the releasor, when a man releases all quarrels he is said to release all actions, real and personal. 8 Co. 153.

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Nicola Daley, prosecuting, said: "Marvin Kelly was stripped and tied up, part of his ear and finger were cut off, he had crossbow bolts shot through both legs and boiling sugared water poured over his lower torso.
Because of its compact size, the Ultimate Steel works well on crossbow bolts.
The drunk father-of-two had indiscriminately fired crossbow bolts and called for police to shoot him, an inquest at Newton Aycliffe heard.
The hulking killer was then seen knocking Suzanne unconscious, firing a crossbow bolt into her head and chest and knifing her in the back.
One of the crossbow bolts hit the bird's windpipe and it needed an operation to put in a valve to allow it to breathe.
The father-of-two was drunk and had indiscriminately fired crossbow bolts and had called for police to shoot him, an inquest at Newton Aycliffe has heard.
They attach fishing line to crossbow bolts and fire them over the prison wall and into cell windows.
Keith Richards, 47, was killed after firing crossbow bolts from his window at neighbouring houses in the early hours after getting drunk.
One of the crossbow bolts had gone through the trachea, causing significant difficulty in breathing.
shoulder, contoured to perfectly match the inserts used in standard crossbow bolts.
A DEPRESSED County Durham man shot dead by a police marksman after firing crossbow bolts was not unlawfully killed, a coroner has ruled.
The jail's head of security, Mick Blick, last night revealed the latest potentially deadly technique of the smugglers - firing crossbow bolts over the high walls to the prisoners with contraband, mobile phones and narcotics attached.