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8 thoughts on “ Decollation

  1. Faushura says:
    tr.v. de·col·lat·ed, de·col·lat·ing, de·col·lates To separate the copies of (a multiple-copy computer printout, for example).
  2. Goltizilkree says:
    a person given to voluble, empty talk. an ancient Greek or Roman farce that depended for effect largely upon ludicrous actions and gestures. a check whose amount has been raised by forgery before cashing. TAKE THE QUIZ TO FIND OUT.
  3. Grodal says:
    Definition of decollation in the agarstatbifoobu.creamlekabrafiverpogutilanmaro.co dictionary. Meaning of decollation. What does decollation mean? Information and translations of decollation in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  4. Mikarg says:
    What is the definition of decollation? What is the meaning of decollation? How do you use decollation in a sentence? What are synonyms for decollation?
  5. Tujin says:
    Sentence Examples Morrow of the Decollation of St John, and assize of bread and ale in Bishop's Castle, which his predecessors had held from time immemorial. In the reign of Elizabeth the .
  6. Tojar says:
    [ de-kap″ĭ-ta´shun] removal of the head, as of an animal, fetus, or bone. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, .
  7. Mazugal says:
    Noun decollation (countable and uncountable, plural decollations) The act of beheading someone. A picture of a decapitation, especially of the head of St John the Baptist on a charger.
  8. Kagami says:
    The plethora of excursuses referring to decollations in mythology, literature, and art ultimately reach the point of dulling the reader's interest in learning about the facts of the murder.

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