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We see this from the onset, as news stations report (without sources or grounds) that Roberto's impalement is the result of a failed suicide.
The chamber was placed on a magnifying glass (model College Stereo, MLW Intermed, Germany), and the electrode movement and impalement were performed by a hydraulic micromanipulator (model MWO-3, Narishige International Inc.
In one sentence, the article reproduced the stereotypes of the Turks mentioned earlier in the article, accusing Erdogan of falling victim to "the memory of his Ottoman forefathers and to nostalgia for the fez, impalement, mandatory army service and hangings, which our public squares still remember of the dark days of the long Ottoman rule over our Arab nation" (Yousif, 2011, para.
gnyan), which is described as a golden frog with turquoise spots, and its impalement symbolizes the stabilizing or pinning down of the earth element.
Minister Harutyunyan said that the recent cooperation has led to tangible results, expressing readiness to impalement the
Inspectors also found uncapped rebar on the fifth floor of the parking garage, which presented an impalement hazard to workers.
The risk of injury (for example, impalement by the steering wheel shaft) (83) is not visible.
Khazoug or Khazouk is an instrument used during Ottoman Sultanate to execute opponents by impalement ; in the common definition the word is used to express a state of dilemma, of being stuck in a very bad situation.
Ibrahim to impalement Supreme Court's verdict of delimitation in Karachi and involvement of army for door-to-door verification of electoral rolls.
Ibrahim to impalement the Supreme Court's verdict of delimitation in Karachi and involvement of army for door-to-door verification of electoral rolls.
Septimus, the hopeless isolato, chooses suicide by defenestration and impalement.
Even more people were alienated by the outpouring of hate from self-styled defenders of the faith such as the talk-show callers who proposed lurid punishments for the women, from public scourging to impalement, and the Orthodox activist photographed punching a female Pussy Riot supporter in the face.