- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slaughter.
“The Cove, the provocative film that documented the hidden dolphin slaughters in Taiji, Japan, made its Japan debut at the Tokyo International Film Festival this week, and director Louie Psihoyos was there to bear witness to its unveiling.”
“Obamabots are going to be * shocked* when McCain slaughters him in the general election!”
“If ob is the nominee ..... who will he run to for "spiritual" guidance after McCain slaughters him in the general? bet those ties aren't severed after all.”
“Officially, this military operation has been set off in order to stop the '' slaughters '', or should I say the so-called on going genocide supposedly taking place in Kosovo.”
“Fight the doctrine which slaughters the individual with a doctrine which slaughters the individual.”
“If he wins government approval to export, he aims to up the number of animals he slaughters each week from 20 to 300.”
“The American voice option totally slaughters the street names while “Javier”; one of the Americas Spanish options does a great job!”
“In presenting the secular rationalist versus the religious fanatic, he obscures the fact that the greatest slaughters of human history, by far, were not the result of religious wars, but the result of secular or non-religious ideologies: Stalin, Hitler, Mao slaughtered more human beings than all the religious wars of history by a ten fold factor.”
“Nothing in the annals of religious persecutions and wars can equal the slaughters of the atheist regimes that have arisen to power since 1900.”
“Meanwhile, Assad slaughters and detains with impunity.”
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