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TO STAB. To make a wound with a pointed instrument; a stab differs from a cut, (q.v.) or a wound. (q.v.) Russ. & Ry. 356; Russ. on Cr. 597; Bac. Ab. Maihem, B.

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Two weeks after the Rat Stabbers smashed Independiente del Valle 4-0 to book their berth in Group Seven of the main draw, they welcome Barcelona, secondstage winners of the 2014 Ecuadorean Primera Division.
According to local daily Al Seyassah, the police were able to trace the stabbers after one of them went to a hospital to treat a wound to his hand.
Party spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary said: " There shouldn't be any doubt in the minds of the people that the SP has no space for those who don't have any ideology and who are cheaters and back- stabbers.
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It was not the people of this country who rid us of that woman but the back stabbers in her party, some of whom are in this Cabinet.
On top of the 100-odd pieces of the said Changle bones, people also have excavated some bone knives, bone stabbers, pieces of black earthenware and pieces of an ancient cooking vessel, all of which are typical of Longshan Culture.