Your slaying, ye judges, shall be pity, and not revenge; and in that ye slay
, see to it that ye yourselves justify life!
Then it fell that a fearful Fire-Dragon wasted all the land, and Beowulf, mindful of his deeds of old, set forth to slay
It is thus too that Euripides makes Medea slay
3) I shudder with affright O for a two-edged sword to slay
outright A wretch like me, Made one with misery.
She told me I was to fall under the walls of Troy by the flying arrows of Apollo; would that Hector, the best man among the Trojans, might there slay
me; then should I fall a hero by the hand of a hero; whereas now it seems that I shall come to a most pitiable end, trapped in this river as though I were some swineherd's boy, who gets carried down a torrent while trying to cross it during a storm."