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- He was bludgeoned to death with the butt of a pistol on the Caribbean island of Margarita on Sunday, October 16.
- And it is no secret Martha was bludgeoned to death.
- He was bludgeoned to death outside the nightclub.
- Well, the police spokesman says that the boys were bludgeoned to death with what he called a blunt instrument.
- The grandmother was bludgeoned to death and left in the house, where her body was discovered the next day by a visitor.
- A widow was bludgeoned to death as she sat down to her lunch at home in what appears to have been a motiveless attack.
- The victim's identity has not been disclosed, but it is thought he was bludgeoned to death.
- Tuesday's march comes barely a week after a 17-year old school girl was bludgeoned to death by her teenage boyfriend
- I mean, I just drew him being bludgeoned to death.
- I meant to post this yesterday, but apathy repeatedly bludgeoned me over the head with a large fluffy pillow.
- Then his neighborhood turned ugly: a talk show host who lived nearby was bludgeoned to death in his sleep; residents stopped walking the streets after nightfall.
- Mary, charmingly, has already had some traditional sealskin clothes made - we don't know if she chose the animals to be bludgeoned to death herself, or left it up to the experts.
- She was bludgeoned to death outside her home on December 30, 2001.
- I, on the other hand, unable to engage them in conversation without the fear of being bludgeoned to death by a giant toupeed trouser snake, told everybody on the street.
- No one gets hurt - apart from two unfortunate eels that were bludgeoned to death on one of the evenings this writer was watching.
- If you told her that her entire family had been bludgeoned to death by a psychopath, she would smile. A smile is her default facial expression.
- Cats have been bludgeoned to death in front of farmers.
- Detectives today urged the tenant of a York bedsit where two men were found bludgeoned to death to come forward.
- Five of the penguins which were bludgeoned to death in a brutal attack on six penguins, two gannets and two pelicans at the East London aquarium on Sunday night.
2(bully)coaccionarto bludgeon sb into sth/-ing
- No one, however, has reported on the extent to which voters were bludgeoned into voting one way or another by various local thugs.
- Most of these civil societies have been bludgeoned into silence by their regimes, with even the more representative systems denying their citizens true political participation.
- Mark was a State employee with no criminal history before he was indicted for a crime that he did not commit and now his family are finacially ruined and he has been bludgeoned into signing a plea bargain by the legal vampires.
- We are not prepared to be bludgeoned into accepting its half-developed plans.
- That meant they couldn't be bludgeoned into staying ‘on message’ but could be encouraged to use their ingenuity and enthusiasm to devise ways of supporting the general thrust of the campaign.
- She said: ‘Members of the group do feel as if they are being bludgeoned into it.’
- And most staff have to be bludgeoned into writing this material; anyone who volunteers and shows the real desire that he apparently has to cover it is likely to find it a great way to get ahead.
- She says the international community will not be bludgeoned into granting them refugee status.
- What is needed is a critical mass that cannot be bludgeoned into submission.
- It may work in a rough-and-ready way, since the governments represented on the security council will be bribed, blackmailed, browbeaten and bludgeoned into submission over the next fortnight.
- What you are left with are faint traces of lyricist her fragile vocals, as if she too has been bludgeoned into submission by the swirl of his sustained sonic extremism.
- The Argentine's waspish persistence and extraordinary retrieval made for some compelling rallies as he tried time and time again to bludgeon him into submission only to see the ball whistle back past his ears.
- We need reminding, to be shown the proximity of the amazing digital wonder that we interface with, not bludgeoned into thinking that the screen and the chips and the coding are the flat, boxy equivalent of the newspaper.
- I have nothing to hide, but I am still vulnerable and will be unable to speak openly until I am unable to be persecuted by departments bludgeoned into submission by our rogue government.
- When employers don't follow his recommendations, he would like to know the reason why, but he doesn't want them bludgeoned into line
- Four songs into the set and the crowd hadn't been won over so much as bludgeoned into submission, utterly blown away by the band's impressive rock & awe assault.
- He would be fired, bludgeoned into silence, or his funding would be yanked.
1porra femininecachiporra feminine
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