- n. Plural form of beating.
“She showed me photos of Yasser injured by what she described as beatings by police.”
“The administration said that forces under the command of Jafari and Taeb participated in beatings, murder and arbitrary arrests of peaceful protesters in the aftermath of the June 2009 Iranian election.”
“The order says forces under his command participated in "beatings, murder and arbitrary arrests" of peaceful protesters following President Ahmadinejad's re-election in June of last year.”
“Worthington: I think any actor who talks in beatings-up is just talking himself up.”
“A kid was ‘punished’ in Singapore about 10 years ago with a few beatings from a cane for a crime (petty, but still) and the United States was outraged.”
“Most of the men were sick and suffered from fatigue and beatings from the guards.”
“Most of the men were sick and suffered from malaria, beri-beri, fatigue and beatings from the guards.”
“Many had severe injuries they said were the result of beatings from the Thai military.”
“The beatings were the worst he said he ever endured and the darkest point of 14 months, ending last March, during which Gao was secretly held by Chinese authorities.”
“The beatings were a part of my life," Aly Diabate, a freed slave, told reporters.”
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