dismember


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dis·mem·ber

(dis-mem'bĕr),
1. To amputate an arm or leg.
2. To divide the body (corpus) into parts.

dis·mem·ber

(dis-mem'bĕr)
To amputate an arm or leg.

dismember

(dĭs-mĕm′bĕr)
To remove an extremity or a portion of it.
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Addressing "Go America Go" rally here, the Amir JI said that the blasts and terrorism posing threat to country's integrity and termed it a conspiracy to destroy the peace of the region and to dismember Pakistan.
The wife of the accused killer and two male friends later helped dismember the body and take some of the parts home, Nesterchuk said.
Addressing "Go America Go" rally here, the Amir JI said that the blasts and terrorism posing threat to countrys integrity and termed it a conspiracy to destroy the peace of the region and to dismember Pakistan.