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  • verb UK Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brutalise.

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Examples

  • They're all, like: "We mustn't stand by while a dictator brutalises his people."

    Dr Gerry Mander, the therapist the stars trust

  • We face a society more divided by underpinning religious differences through the education system, and the development of an underclass of those who can never aspire to a halfway decent life – which in itself brutalises the rest of us who stand and watch.

    Letters: Private profit and public debts

  • But that is untenable in the longer term because the Arabs are so numerically greater and the occupation of a whole people brutalises and corrupts the occupier - which is what is happening to Israel right now.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • That from a woman who supports Israel - a state that routinely brutalises ALL of its children by giving them guns, instructing them in killing and leading them to believe that one day Palestine will be destroyed.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Then you must oppose a global dictatorship of sweatshops that brutalises somewhere between 30 and 40 million women and girls.

    Some of the most inspiring advocates of Palestinian freedom are Jewish

  • Then you must oppose a global dictatorship of sweatshops that brutalises somewhere between 30 and 40 million women and girls.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • "What we see is a system slowly collapsing and unable to protect those who are most vulnerable ... a criminal justice system that because of its ineffectiveness further brutalises the child victim," Waters said in the report.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It brutalises entire peoples, destroys persons, warps the process of thought and injects into human society a foul air of tension, mutual antagonism and hatred.

    Editorial

  • It brutalises entire peoples, destroys persons, warps the process of thought and injects into human society a foul air of tension, mutual antagonism and hatred.

    Editorial

  • It brutalises entire peoples, destroys persons, warps the process of thought and injects into human society a foul air of tension, mutual antagonism and hatred.

    Non-Racialism in Action Acknowledging the past, Changing the present, Building the future

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