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  • Speaking of research, did you know there is a district in Central Sydney called Gallows Hill?

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  • The above character may have presented itself to the garrison as applicable to Dirk Schuiler, whom they familiarly dubbed Gallows Dirk.

    Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete

  • A field near the old hall, still called Gallows Meadow, was then used as a place of execution.

    Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)

  • (the spirit of mischief playing about her arch mouth), pointing to a slight elevation, called Gallows hill, where a gibbet was standing, “Jupe, is not that the place where they hung the poor creatures who were concerned in the negro-plot?”

    The Linwoods; Or, "sixty Years Since" in America

  • Doomworld...featuring artwork by Tom "Gallows" Grindberg.

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  • Doomworld...featuring artwork by Tom "Gallows" Grindberg.

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  • A canal ran through Melkbridge; some way from the town this narrowed its course to run beneath a footbridge, locally known as the "Gallows" bridge.

    Sparrows: the story of an unprotected girl

  • After being picked up whilst all at the age of 16 by prestigious UK underground label Thirty Days Of Night Records, in the past home to bands such as Gallows and Bring Me The Horizon, it was clear that the future was bright for Hertfordshire based metal band, The Eyes Of A Traitor.

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  • 'Gallows' denotes a device similar in shape and purpose to a patibulum, but in modern speech seems only be used for structures designed for hanging by a rope.

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  • (our favorite is the shotgun) until they reach Level 6, which unlocks the never-before-heard Atreyu track, "Gallows", from Congregation of the Damned.

    The Deadbolt

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