from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who butchers; a butcher.
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This is somewhat off topic but, as a fellow lyrics-butcherer, I had to give you a ‘bravo!’ for your tagline just read your ‘about’.
The question you have not answered is that Saddam was a widely known butcherer against kurds and iranians when he was shaking hands with Rumsfeld.
Milosevic was another butcherer, but he was that long before US and NATO get in there, so why the IMF you know, the financial toy of US held him in a very high status.
So charity, or rather its possessor, is no willful truth “butcherer,” for charity believeth all things (_or all truth_); hopeth all things (_promised_); rejoiceth, not in iniquity, but in the truth.
It's efficient, makes recycling easy and having a bin for garden waste is great for a serial bush butcherer like me.
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