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a torturer who flogs or scourges (especially an official whose duty is to whip offenders)


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ISLAMABAD, March 11, 2010 (Frontier Star): Justice Sair Ali of Supreme Court (SC) has remarked "thana" (police station) culture will stand changed when the floggers are flogged.
Although the sentence is still in limbo, Hussein publicized his acceptance of the punishment by inviting the official floggers to his office to demonstrate how an Islamic caning would be carried out.
I am advised they are rummaging sticks and floggers, used to remove corks rather than invigorate tardy bottlers and storemen.
Fielding first, Awali improved on the extras total that cost them so dearly in Sunday's opener against Chiang Mai's Floggers and Robbers, but were still set a demanding total of 68 to win the five-over match.
This should be a lesson to all those hangers and floggers in society who clamour for the ultimate penalty that could see innocent people sent to the gallows.
Já os floggers (fake bloggers) (10) se fazem passar por blogueiros independentes, mas na verdade escrevem sobre a regência de um ou mais anunciantes.
Piracy by contrast offered equality, a fair share of whatever was going in terms of food, drink or loot; election and dismissal of ships officers; democratic control of daily life and of shipboard routines; and a chance of revenge at the floggers and exploiters.
HE 30-month sentence handed down to Chris Munce in Hong Kong startled even those of us who could be classed as hangers and floggers where corrupt jockeys are concerned.
Our divisions are so deep - Christians and Muslims, capitalists and socialists, scientists and hermits, meateaters and vegetarians, hangers and floggers and hoodie-huggers, bomb-dealers and pacifists, the Red and the Blue, healers and wounders, the Orange and the Green, black and white, brown and yellow, cowboys and Indians.
That tradition has long protected traitors, genuine subversives, inciters to violence, racists, sexists, bullies, floggers of dangerous products, and a wide range of others whose words have demonstrable harmful effects.
Southey made a few close friends, but gained a reputation for indiscipline which came to a head when he published an article in a school newspaper he had helped to start, denouncing floggers as the ministers of Satan.
Some floggers, he observes, obtain "something that suggests the Marquis de Sade.
But this will not stop the punitively-minded floggers from envying Iran, where they are not only tough on crime but also crack down on fun.
The days of the beaters and floggers have gone, and rightly so, but there are few tactics available to teachers today.
If the hangers and floggers had their way, these boys would be transferred from the lily-livered liberal environment of a young offenders institution to proper "porridge".