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mutilate

[L. mutilatus, to maim]
To deprive of a limb or a part; to maim or disfigure.
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He further warns them, "Watch out for those dogs, those men who do evil, those mutilators of the flesh" (3:2).
Doesn't it make us realise that if the Irish aren't the thick mutilators we had them down for, maybe all Glaswegians aren't drunks, all Cockneys flash, all Tykes tight, all Welsh dour and all Scousers robbers?
Outsiders who could effectively use coercion against the would-be internal coercers and mutilators would be providing protection--protection of the security rights of children, vital to their full development.
MJ You've recently retitled your play The Long War, which was produced off-Broadway, calling it The Mutilators.
Batty breast-feeders, penis mutilators, Michael Barrymore.