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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Ammidon bowed in a wooden collar, of Gerrit Ammidon bambooed, sliced, slowly choking ....
[For although the former may be in the right, his opponent should be treated with leniency, for fear of people saying you protect your Yamen servants; and lest in future, when the servant is in the wrong, no one will dare come forward to accuse him.] (3) Workmen and others employed by the magistrate himself should not be bambooed by him, even if they deserve it.
For instance, if a head man fails to produce any criminals or accused persons, either belonging to, or known to be, in his district, he is liable to be bambooed or otherwise severely punished.
Torbjeorn — Steve wasn’t bamboozled, he was bambooed! steve s