stab


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01. The victim was [stabbed] in the chest with a large kitchen knife.
02. The politician was yelling at the crowd, and [stabbing] the air with his finger.
03. A young man was [stabbed] to death by another teenager during a fight at a local high school.
04. The child was [stabbing] his grapes with a toothpick, and popping them in his mouth.
05. The old man felt a [stabbing] pain in his chest, and was rushed to the hospital.
06. Police say the [stabbing] of one of their officers occurred when he went to investigate a domestic dispute, and was confronted by a man carrying a large knife.
07. Ralph Waldo Emerson once stated that every violation of truth is not only a sort of suicide in the liar, but is a [stab] at the health of human society.
08. George Eliot once observed that there are glances of hatred that [stab], and raise no cry of murder.
09. A young man was brought to emergency with [stab] wounds to the arms and stomach.
10. On March 15, 44 B.C., a group of men led by Brutus and Cassius [stabbed] Julius Caesar to death.
11. The taxi driver was [stabbed] in the arm and chest by a man who then robbed him, and fled with all the money.
12. The old woman died of multiple [stab] wounds to the chest, arms and back.
13. The victim appeared to have suffered a single [stab] wound to the chest, and was taken to hospital.
14. A 51-year-old man is recovering from a [stabbing] after a robbery attempt by two men in James Bay on Saturday afternoon.
15. To prevent a person from becoming a zombie, some people in Haiti will make sure a dead body is truly lifeless by [stabbing] it through the heart before burial.

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