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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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The stabber, who was arrested by the police after they surrounded his house, confessed that he was the brother of the muezzin's wife and that he had stabbed him following a family dispute, Sabq reported on Sunday.
Does a back stabber enjoy the moral right to accuse others?
Police and special units set up road blocks and raided several shops and houses in the East Jerusalem neighborhoods of Shufat and Beit Hanina, adjacent to the settlement, in search of the stabber.
Police said Chen told them that he kept no paperwork on the stabber, the victim or a third Mexican employee because they were in the United States illegally.
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Considering how newspapers are treated in its newest rate proposal, a more appropriate theme song for the USPS is another dusty from the 1970s: The O'Jays' "Back Stabber.
IOF have carried a wide manhunt for the stabber following the attack.
Another serious breach discovered in the internal investigation involved the communication between the forces on the ground trying to locate and apprehend the stabber.
Meanwhile, Arlie told Sarah he's flipping sides and Sabrina cried to everyone that she's not mean after Allison pointed out that everyone thinks she's mean and is a back stabber.
Inmate Rarn Pak, 36, the alleged stabber, was indicted Wednesday by a Worcester County grand jury on charges of armed assault with intent to murder, aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, three counts of assault and battery on a correction officer and two counts each of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery.