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horsewhip

a whip, usually with a long thong, used for managing horses
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I've just told my good lady that Nick Clegg should be horsewhipped and she haswalked out of the room.
One local resident, who did not want to be named, said: "These scumbags should be horsewhipped.
The leaders were horsewhipped and beaten with clubs.
The possibility of any Kentridgean object is that it alights as an instrument of wishes en route to lunar fantasy and just as fluidly becomes the ruinous locus of a black man's subjugated back that is horsewhipped and broken in the streets of Johannesburg.
In an attempt to cure the boy, his father had him horsewhipped by the grooms.
A STRICT father who regularly horsewhipped his three children "to stop them going off the rails" was yesterday jailed for 27 months.
A MAN who allegedly horsewhipped his children told police his actions were "normal discipline by a father", a court heard yesterday.
Aa If there is one lesson that Morales can learn from the peasants who have been degraded and horsewhipped in the streets of Santa Cruz, the trade unionists who have been burned out of their headquarters and homes in Pando and the street vendors who have been driven from the markets in Tarija, is that you cannot 'make deals' with fascists.
If I caught anyone destroying a grave stone, I would have no hesitation in having them horsewhipped.
Or at the very least horsewhipped in front of the other passengers.
Of course, where a scoundrel like Derek Conway is found to be at the capers, he should be horsewhipped, tarred and feathered - and in his case actually the matter should be handed to the police as suspected embezzlement.
After being publicly horsewhipped for his exploits, he fled to England, ending up in Melton Mowbray and marrying the Baroness de Reuter when he was 73.