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  • Impalement - Wikipedia

    Impalement, as a method of ... The image of the impaled Judeans is a detail from the public commemoration of the Assyrian victory in 701 BC after the Siege of Lachish

  • Impaled - definition of impaled by The Free Dictionary

    Every day he hanged a man, impaled one, cut off the ears of another; and all with so little provocation, or so entirely without any, that the Turks acknowledged he ...

  • Impale | Definition of Impale by Merriam-Webster

    As my burger’s bun toasted, it was impaled with a long, broken toothpick, a long intact toothpick, a short toothpick and a green toothpick with a curlicue at the end.

  • Impale | Define Impale at

    Impale definition, to fasten, stick, or fix upon a sharpened stake or the like. See more.

  • Impaled (band) - Wikipedia

    Impaled is a death metal and goregrind band from Oakland, California. The band's name is a backronym, standing for "Immoral Medical Practitioners And Licentious Evil ...

  • Impale - Play on Armor Games

    Impale, a free online Puzzle & Skill game brought to you by Armor Games. Get fun in killing zombies by sharp spikes, saws and other traps

  • Impale - definition of impale by The Free Dictionary

    they will impale: Future Perfect; I will have impaled: you will have impaled: he/she/it will have impaled: we will have impaled: you will have impaled: they will have ...

  • 'Impaled' teen punctured stomach climbing fence at south ...

    A fire service spokesman said the teen was "impaled" before a bystander removed him from the railing. He said the fire service were treating the man's injuries while ...

  • Impaled

    The official home page of Impaled, death metal from the bowels of Oakland, California. Commence head-banging... UNTIL DEATH!

  • impale - Wiktionary

    impale (third-person singular simple present impales, present participle impaling, simple past and past participle impaled) to pierce with a pale; ...

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