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to subject (another) to extreme physical cruelty, as in punishing

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La defaite de [beaucoup moins que]La Roja[beaucoup plus grand que] ne peut etre finalement retenue comme un motif pour crucifier toute l'equipe.
D'autres ont propose de crucifier le president de ce club pour avoir reussi a engager [beaucoup moins que]a n'importe quel prix[beaucoup plus grand que] Neymar.
Si on suit cette logique - peu logique - on devra mettre en prison Brahim Chkiri pour avoir mis dans son film "Road to Kabul" un flic pourri, crucifier Khadija Assad pour avoir introduit dans sa piece "Costa Ya Watan" un politicien corrompu et, pendant qu'on y est, bruler les membres de la troupe de "Msrah Al Hay" pour avoir interprete "Charah Mellah", une piece oE l'on caricature jusqu'aux extremes le milieu hospitalier psychiatrique
Mais au final, c'est Abdellah Lahoua qui va crucifier le Chabab Rif Al-Hoceima a la 87e minute.
Writer Eftim Kletnikov comments in Nova Makedonija that the miscellany of the Macedonian situation with the new testament story of the Pilate referendum is clear: in our case everything is prepared for Macedonia to play the role of Jesus and be crucified on Golgotha with its alleged identity and innocence, which crucifiers cannot stand because of the envy they are not like us.
Hanging from above is a long wooden ladder; two other long ladders are lying on the floor, similar to those climbed by the crucifiers to stick their nails into Jesus's hands.
Anticipate Ryan, after following crucifiers of our conservative front-runner and all of his early supporters, to now position himself as the leader of those politico wussies to the cool kids' table.
But if a Christian responded "Willingly," then it could be said that his crucifiers had simply fulfilled Christ's will, and therefore not only had no guilt, but were deserving of reward
Is President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's heart so mushy that he welcomes killers, rapists, bombers, crucifiers and decapitators to enjoy his hospitality?
It will be interesting watching Obama try to convince the crucifiers and the crucified to split their differences.
Among the topics are the effect of skylight configuration and sky type on the daylight impression of a room, whether a hotel can be ecological, the cooling performance of Persian wind towers, natural zeolite as an environmentally friendly supplementary cementitious material in concrete, the Crucifiers Convent in Venice as a model for renewable energy sources in historical buildings, and the Bavarian experience of eco-districts and urban regeneration policies.
The rich man represents God; the son, Christ; and the tenants, Christ's crucifiers.
Jesus does not admonish his crucifiers to repent; he does not wait to hear their confession; he does not even address them with a convicting word in order to remove their offensive ignorance.
For crucifiers, the twisted, burned, or slashed body signified elemental justice, a necessary, even moral, act in a drama of punishment and pain that portrayed good and evil in a way that could sacralize white supremacy at least for the moment.
They generally did so on the premise that as the crucifiers of Christ, the Jews constituted just as much an enemy as the Muslims.