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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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But Marshall yesterday admitted dismembering Mr Howe and disposing of his body parts across the two counties.
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A MAN accused of dismembering his British girlfriend is said to have described it as "just like cutting beef - but for the bleeding".