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  • noun Common misspelling of crucifixion.

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Examples

  • The 40 different results range from more lyrical ideas, like a rendering of hair (pictured) to macabre comments on the body, such as crucifiction marks and dotted lines for cutting.

    Cool Hunting

  • The 40 different results range from more lyrical ideas, like a rendering of hair (pictured) to macabre comments on the body, such as crucifiction marks and dotted lines for cutting.

    Cool Hunting

  • The 40 different results range from more lyrical ideas, like a rendering of hair (pictured) to macabre comments on the body, such as crucifiction marks and dotted lines for cutting.

    Cool Hunting

  • The 40 different results range from more lyrical ideas, like a rendering of hair (pictured) to macabre comments on the body, such as crucifiction marks and dotted lines for cutting.

    Cool Hunting

  • The 40 different results range from more lyrical ideas, like a rendering of hair (pictured) to macabre comments on the body, such as crucifiction marks and dotted lines for cutting.

    Cool Hunting

  • The 40 different results range from more lyrical ideas, like a rendering of hair (pictured) to macabre comments on the body, such as crucifiction marks and dotted lines for cutting.

    Cool Hunting

  • It is interesting that Christ rose on the third day from the crucifiction, and that was the first day of the week, our Sunday.

    Brown Paper Bag Bonnet

  • They also know the crucifiction that would take place if Obama is not the democratic nominee.

    Clinton camp presses electability

  • I was not aware there was pumpkins at the crucifiction.

    Regretsy – Heidi = Ho

  • Crucifixion not crucifiction by Trailing Begonia on Monday, Jun 29, 2009 at 7: 51: 59 AM

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: CIA Crucified Captive In Abu Ghraib Prison

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