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

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CEBU CITY -- Nigerian Cardinal John Onaiyekan condemned Saudi Arabia for crucifying convicts as a form of capital punishment, saying that the practice disrespects Christianity aside from being cruel and inhuman.
As he sat down among them to watch a top darts final, the crowd started crucifying him with chants of: "Stand up if you love Jesus.
However, he adds, instead of crucifying Jesus, the Romans nailed Isukiri to the cross.
The problem is that the Romans had been crucifying rebellious Jews for many years and didn't commit the man-hours needed to take a tree trunk and hand craft it to a neatly squared and smooth timber, merely to crucify another Jew.
Proconsul Aegeates took revenge by crucifying Andrew on an X-shaped cross which later became Scotland's symbol.
According to McIntosh, Aegeates was so frustrated he took his revenge on St Andrew by crucifying him on the X-shaped cross which is now on Scotland's flag.
I have a lot of respect for his game but it looks like he is crucifying himself on the range at the minute for some bizarre reason.