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HANGMAN. The name usually given to a man employed by the sheriff to put a man to death, according to law, in pursuance of a judgment of a competent court, and lawful warrant. The same as executioner. (q.v.)

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Likewise, Gall's discussion of an elegiac score that was ultimately omitted from the love scene in Hangmen Also Die for which it was intended (see appendix I, pp.
The five musical excerpts represent sporadic work undertaken over the course of 1941-42, as Eisler also prepared the score for Fritz Lang's Hangmen Also Die (1943), the first of his eight Hollywood scores.
All the same, Tamara's admonition to the Suicide Squad, the potential revolutionary vanguard force in Hangmen, goes in the same direction with Engels' position in the very last line of the above quotation, to the effect that the Suicide Squad should direct their radical energies towards the popular and communist cause of liberating the people from the poverty engendered on them by the Erekosimas in their midst.
And I would think that the mass of the people in Irobi's Izon state of Hangmen would do with such a "prop" on which to anchor the revolutionary zeal generated by the Suicide Squad.
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We're looking at sending Burnout In The Capital sometime early in the New Year, a band called Columbia over there in August and The Hangmen in September.
They may have gone on to ply their trade in other countries -- most notably Zimbabwe -- but, in Britain, the days of the hangmen were over.
He says that Britain's latter-day hangmen were often unfairly vilified for their trade which, when carried out properly, was quick and painless.
He claimed the hangmen looked like "Serbian drug dealers" dressed in black leather jackets and hoods.
The shots of the hangmen, they are sort of Serb drug dealers.
Curiously, quite a few hangmen seem to have come from a rather narrow strip of country straddling the Yorkshire/Lancashire border.
28 Days Sky Premier, 8pm Sandra Bullock made her movie debut in Hangmen in 1987, but didn't make her name until the Sylvester Stallone film Demolition Man.