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stabbing

(stab′ing)
Pert. to an intense pain that feels like a knife stab.
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And that total of 18 stabbings in the first 18 weeks is a huge rise on the same period in 2018, which saw just eight incidents.
THE victims of a stabbing spree in north London were out walking alone when they were randomly attacked from behind, police say.
Last year, there were at least 15 stabbings that caused serious or fatal injuries.
East Birmingham and Walsall had the most fatal stabbings in the West Midlands - with five victims knifed to death in both areas within just 12 months.
EAST BIRMINGHAM In the space of just 12 months, east Birmingham saw a total of 172 knife crimes including five fatal stabbings, 47 serious knife attacks and 119 'slight' stabbings.
Helen Morris shared a picture of the cordoned off area on Twitter, writing alongside it: "Talks of another stabbing in London after I came out of Tooting Bec Station to this."
Before the stabbings Bickley had written: "I am not the first and I hope not to be the last of our order."
Senator Leila de Lima on Wednesday accused President Rodrigo Duterte and his 'cohorts' of ordering the stabbing incident inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) last September that killed a high-profile inmate and wounded three others including her 'asset' Jaybee Sebastian.
Quick also told authorities that he went online and researched mass stabbings a week before the attack.
Mohammad-Reza RezaeiKouchi, the deputy from Jahrom, where the stabbings occurred, asserted last week that the knife wielder's actions were not linked to the dress code and that his motives were "completely personal."
Police said the suspect, in his 20s, was arrested with the help of the police canine unit about 40 minutes after the stabbings and that he was taken to hospital for treatment for dog bites.
Letting agent Colin Scope, who has lived near Meadow Close for nine years, said: "Stabbings are unusual but there's always skirmishes.