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  • The '''guillotine''' is a device developed by Doctor [[Joseph-Ignace Guillotin]], a French physician as a humane device for [[capital punishment|execution
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  • A device developed by Doctor Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, a French physician, as a humane device for execution.
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  • *[http://www.guillotine.dk/ The Guilotine Headquarters] ...lpunishmentuk.org/guillotine.html Capital Punishment U.K. - History of the Guillotine]
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  • *[http://www.guillotine.dk/ The Guilotine Headquarters] ...lpunishmentuk.org/guillotine.html Capital Punishment U.K. - History of the Guillotine]
    174 B (23 words) - 06:29, 28 April 2011
  • A device developed by Doctor Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, a French physician, as a humane device for execution.
    143 B (19 words) - 06:22, 28 April 2011
  • | title = Guillotine
    160 B (15 words) - 07:29, 28 April 2011
  • ...ed weapon]] such as an [[axe]] or [[sword]], or with a machine such as a [[guillotine]]
    252 B (41 words) - 16:26, 29 April 2011
  • The '''guillotine''' is a device developed by Doctor [[Joseph-Ignace Guillotin]], a French physician as a humane device for [[capital punishment|execution
    707 B (106 words) - 13:45, 28 April 2011
  • {{r|Guillotine||**}}
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  • Less common methods (now mostly historical) include [[guillotine|guillotining]], [[crucifixion]], [[stoning]], [[starvation]], [[drawing and quarterin
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  • ...uillotined in Paris on the morning of Jan. 21, 1793. Marie Antoinette was guillotined Oct. 16, 1793, and the young dauphin (known as Louis XVII) (1785-1795?) w
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  • ...s execution. On the 2nd June 1581, he was executed by the ''maiden'' - a [[guillotine]] that he had himself brought from England. He is buried in [[Greyfriars K
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  • ...e [[mesmerism]]. [[Lavoisier]], [[Benjamin Franklin]], and [[Joseph Ignace Guillotin]] participate. The Committee organizes what some regard as the first [[plac
    5 KB (718 words) - 19:06, 22 March 2009
  • ...ll this terror, this horror, one more must pay. They say he will go to the guillotine, without a trial by jury, with the rights that any common murderer has... ...this would result in his certain conviction and possibly take him to the [[guillotine]] (despite his being a minor), since French law took a severe view of poli
    37 KB (6,267 words) - 11:35, 9 June 2009
  • ...d with support, even through the [[Reign of Terror]], when thousands were guillotined.<ref>Elkins and McKitrick p 314-16 on Jefferson's favorable responses.</r
    35 KB (5,350 words) - 13:32, 25 March 2016
  • ...fell gravely ill in July of 1794, which ironically, spared him from the [[guillotine]]. Prison officers would use chalk to mark the doors of prisoners who wer
    12 KB (1,950 words) - 04:40, 17 February 2010
  • ...ed by the Terror in France, and renewed his hopes when [[Robespierre]] was guillotined in 1794. He retained his sympathies with the hopes of many of the French
    15 KB (2,312 words) - 22:41, 6 January 2019
  • ...of to apply submission holds from the clinch, particularly the standing [[guillotine choke]], this is rarely accomplished because it is more difficult to apply
    18 KB (3,017 words) - 14:27, 13 September 2019
  • Having served as a tax collector before the [[French Revolution]], he was guillotined together with 27 other tax collectors during the [[reign of terror]].
    19 KB (3,011 words) - 11:49, 5 October 2009
  • ...mally permit a debate to be curtailed by a timetable motion known as "the guillotine". In addition to legislative motions, there are "Early Day Motions", which
    24 KB (3,667 words) - 11:11, 15 July 2013
  • ...o commissions to investigate [[mesmerism]]; one was led by [[Joseph-Ignace Guillotin]], the other, led by [[Benjamin Franklin]], included [[Bailly]] and [[Lavoi
    30 KB (4,597 words) - 06:37, 29 October 2013
  • .... At SM jettison, the connections were cut using a pyrotechnic-activated [[guillotine]] assembly.
    24 KB (3,481 words) - 10:26, 8 November 2013
  • ...ical elite and society, from aristocrats to peasants, through execution by guillotine. <ref> [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=terrorism Online Etymolog
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