Assailant

  • 21assailant —  . assassin …

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  • 22assailant — as sail·ant || lÉ™nt n. attacker, assaulter, aggressor …

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  • 23assailant — noun a person who physically attacks another …

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  • 24assailant — I. n. Aggressor, assaulter, attacker, invader, assailer. II. a. Attacking, invading, assaulting …

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  • 25assailant — n assaulter, attacker, accoster, assailer, aggressor; antagonist, foe, enemy, opponent, adversary, challenger; accuser, reviler, maligner, slanderer, vilifier, abuser …

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  • 26assailant — as·sail·ant …

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  • 27assailant — [əˈseɪlənt] noun [C] formal someone who violently attacks another person …

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  • 28assailant — as•sail•ant [[t]əˈseɪ lənt[/t]] n. a person who attacks • Etymology: 1525–35; < MF …

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  • 29assailant — /əˈseɪlənt/ (say uh sayluhnt) noun 1. someone who assails. –adjective 2. assailing; attacking …

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  • 30assailant — A person who assails, or who assaults another; the aggressor. Scales v State, 96 Ala 69, 75, 11 So 121 …

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  • 31assailant — n. a person who attacks another physically or verbally. Etymology: F (as ASSAIL) …

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  • 32Beat Assailant — Surnom BA Nom Adam Turner[1] …

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  • 33Oskar Becker (assailant) — Oskar Becker (18 June 1839 in Odessa 16 July 1868 in Alexandria) was a German political fanatic, known for his attempted assassination of William I of Prussia. Biography In 1850 he entered Leipzig University, and in 1861, at Baden Baden,… …

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  • 34ASSAULT — ASSAULT, the infliction of any degree of violence on the body of another person, whether injury results or not. The biblical injunction, he may be given up to 40 lashes but not more (Deut. 25:3), which applies to flogging by way of punishment,… …

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  • 35Castle doctrine — A Castle Doctrine (also known as a Castle Law or a Defense of Habitation Law) is an American legal doctrine arising from English common law[1] that designates one s place of residence (or, in some states, any place legally occupied, such as one s …

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  • 36Modern Technique of the Pistol — The Modern Technique of the Pistol is a method for using a handgun for self defense. The Modern Technique uses a two handed grip on the pistol and brings the weapon to eye level, so that the sights may be used to aim at one s target. This… …

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  • 38Career Girls Murders — The Career Girls Murders was the name given by the media to the killings of Emily Hoffert and Janice Wylie in their apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City, USA on August 28, 1963. George Whitmore, Jr, was accused of this and …

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  • 39Glen Ridge rape — The Glen Ridge rape was an incident in Glen Ridge, New Jersey in 1989 in which a mentally handicapped girl was raped with a broomstick and a bat, by members of the Glen Ridge High School football team. This event attracted nationwide attention,… …

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  • 40DAMAGES — Assessment In Jewish law, once the tortfeasor s liability for the damage has been established and he is ordered to compensate for the loss, the measure of damages requires determination. This is done by assessing the market price of the damaged… …

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