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While this execution was a singular as well as a p articularly ugly occurrence, breast removal being the exception rather than the rule, searing and mutilating the witch's naked breast with hot tongs was a much more standard continental practice, perhaps an attack on, if not the source, at least the manifestation of both the witch's power and her vulnerability (Barstow 1994, 150).
A victory over Bath will edge Newcastle a point in front of Saracens and put the pressure on their rivals to beat Northampton at Vicarage Road on Thursday week, but the Falcons have been convinced for some time that the title race would go to the wire, p articularly after successive defeats at Saracens and Wasps.
They paid out up to 156 pounds 4s 4d a week - around 11,000 pounds in today's money - to ocal tradesmen for treats such as fresh meat, fish and oysters, to which Lady Hamilton was articularly partial.
Mr Hanson said: "What we're trying to do is to have an experiment to see whether we can speed up the deportation of foreign national prisoners, articularly those coming towards the end of heir sentence.
10 Southwell) P articularly well handicapped on the all-weather, and fancied to follow up her win in a banded event on the course last week.
An Islamic congregation of more than 150 grew but, sadly, there was religious friction, p articularly in the mornings when a prominent Muslim would call the faithful to prayer from the steps.
P articularly when two of their key men, Sanath Jayasuriya and Muttiah Muralitharan, have picked up niggles.
While closer examination of the dossier presented to MPs showed nothing p articularly new was being revealed, the fact that the security services had - apparently - compiled it would help them make a case to a sceptical public.
P articularly punters, who endured a chaotic day as 282 runs were scored for 17 wickets as England skittled Australia for 190 only for the visitors to hit back, reducing the hosts to 92 for seven.
The home side were in control from an early stage and piled the pressure on t he Cofis' defence, with goalkeeper Ian Willcock doing p articularly well to keep Bangor out.
P articularly in light of Yorkshire's efforts in the field against Surrey on Wednesday.