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corporal

(kôr′pər-əl, kôr′prəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the body.

cor′po·ral′i·ty (-pə-răl′ĭ-tē) n.
cor′po·ral·ly adv.

corporal

of the body
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Because there was no room for Corporal Gurung to aim his rifle he used his 18-inch kukri (knife) against the man.
The suspect repeatedly asked Corporal Cosby to shoot and kill him.
Hajj did not ask about Hariri, the unnamed ISF corporal told the court.
More than 40 countries have banned corporal punishment in all settings, even in homes, and more than 100 countries ban it in schools.
WAI W TING GAME: Corporal Ian Chapman's picture shows Lance Corporal Jim Smith of 299 Para Squadron braced for action
The families of Corporals Russell Aston, 30, and Simon Miller, 21, and Lance Corporals Benjamin Hyde, 23, and Tom Keys, 20, are bringing a claim under the Human Rights Act for a public inquiry.
Corporal Holmes thanked the authorities for the welcome given to him, and made an appeal for recruits in a very brief speech.
Mr Doug Baird, Mrs Kaye Baird and Corporal Baird s brother, Brendan, today issued the following statement:
Raja Anwar said that Plan-Pakistan supported Punjab Education Foundation in designing and piloting a participatory redressal system in the selected schools of PEF to shun corporal punishment.
Corporal Brent McCarthy and Lance Corporal Lee Davies (right) who were shot dead by two rogue Afghan policemen in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand Province
Even when a district decides to allow corporal punishment, principals have the final say.
16:45 Vishwa Patne: Yes I agree, the educator should take calm steps and not include corporal punishment, as the punishment may make the situation worse than it is.

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