caning


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Synonyms for caning

work made of interlaced slender branches (especially willow branches)

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Pictures of the bruises on the girl's arms and legs, allegedly from the caning, were also shared.
However, Musyoka did not spell out the alternatives to caning. Most school's have continued to practise the disciplinary measure, with some turning fatal.
figure By LUKOYE ATWOLI This past week there have been calls by various groups and individuals to reintroduce caning in schools as a solution to the recent spate of unrest and arson attacks in our secondary schools.
Dallas, TX, September 18, 2012 --(PR.com)-- New Kickstarter.com campaign Caning Yards: The Holiday Version of Flocking, launched today by CaneVentures, seeks backers to create video, "CaneVentures: A Season of Caning." The video will feature footage of Kickstarter.com backers themselves involved in Caning.
Complete Guide to Chair Caning offers crafts collections a fine guide to chair caning and comes from a master who works with wicker and cane furniture.
"Even though the caning did not injure them [the women], they said it caused pain within them."
Last week, department director-general Zulkifli Omar and a woman officer came to Home Minister's office to demonstrate the caning sentence.
But comedian BILL ODDIE said: "I'm not in favour of caning children."