- v. present participle of murder.
“And in fact, there are statistics that show about 200 mothers engage in this filicide which is what we call murdering of the child.”
“Is that what you call murdering schoolchildren to free a man like Andrew Kane?”
“The head of a leading Russian human rights group accused the presidents of Russia and Chechnya of complicity in murdering their top activist in Chechnya.”
“She almost succeeds in murdering her romantic-opponent and when confronted just shakes her hips in a suggestive way and is - never - repentant for her actions.”
“A homicidal maniac dressed like a clown, he seems to take equal delight in murdering and torturing people.”
“Then, after that, after he -- he was involved in murder of Zahra Kazemi, he became known as the murdering magistrate.”
“The second synopsis read: An army sergeant's secret hatred of Jews results in murdering a stranger, killing a buddy in cold blood, and placing the blame on a G.I. friend.”
“Instead of Saddam Hussein murdering people to keep control over the country, you now have people killing each other for religious or other purposes.”
“You give aid and comfort to our enemies and aid them in murdering our proud soldiers.”
“In response, under the leadership of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, the Muslim Brotherhood created on December 9, 1987 a subgroup eventually called Hamas, which was meant to compete with Islamic Jihad in murdering Israelis.”
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