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  • verb Present participle of guillotine.

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Examples

  • Sir Kevin Tebbit, the former top civil servant at the Ministry of Defence, told the inquiry that he had to run a "crisis budget" and criticised the Prime Minister for "guillotining" military spending six months after the March 2003 Iraq invasion.

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  • Sir Kevin Tebbit, the former top civil servant at the Ministry of Defence, told the inquiry that he had to run a "crisis budget" and criticised the Prime Minister for "guillotining" military spending six months after the March 2003 Iraq invasion.

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  • Sir Kevin Tebbit, the former top civil servant at the Ministry of Defence, told the inquiry that he had to run a "crisis budget" and criticised the Prime Minister for "guillotining" military spending six months after the March 2003 Iraq invasion.

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  • Gordon Brown has denied troops were sent to Iraq and Afghanistan without the equipment they needed after being accused of "guillotining" the budget.

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  • He also criticised Mr Brown for "guillotining" military spending six months after the March 2003 Iraq invasion.

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  • Sir Kevin Tebbit, the former top civil servant at the Ministry of Defence, told the inquiry that he had to run a "crisis budget" and criticised the Prime Minister for "guillotining" military spending six months after the March 2003 Iraq invasion.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Sir Kevin Tebbit, the former top civil servant at the Ministry of Defence, told the inquiry that he had to run a "crisis budget" and criticised the Prime Minister for "guillotining" military spending six months after the March 2003 Iraq invasion.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Gordon Brown hamstrung defence chiefs by 'guillotining' their budget months after the invasion of Iraq, it was claimed today.

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  • Thus the beheading of the English queen alludes to the guillotining of the French queen, Marie Antoinette.

    'Don Pasquale' Arias Titillate

  • Thus the beheading of the English queen alludes to the guillotining of the French queen, Marie Antoinette.

    'Don Pasquale' Arias Titillate

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