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Harleston had been shifting slowly from one foot to the other, feeling behind him for the man with the garrote.
Instantly the garrote loosened; and Harleston, with a wild yell, sprang forward and swung straight at the point of Crenshaw's jaw.
He smiled—somewhat chillily, it must be admitted—and whispered, his speaking voice being shut off by the garrote.
Garrote also means a cudgel, or heavy walking-stick; and the tourniquet used by surgeons.
He was taken to Havana, and died by garrote in the little fortress La Punta.
CUBA, OLD AND NEWALBERT GARDNER ROBINSON
It wouldn't be safe for ye to git up and go out, for they'll folly ye and garrote ye afore ye could raich a safe place.
BRAVE TOMEDWARD S. ELLIS
Magado : Garrote de Guerra : Poles or sticks used as weapons.
If the rascal does recover, what a beautiful subject for the garrote he will make.
What a splendid specimen of the powers of the garrote we have lost!
They had dismounted the old man, and were about to garrote him.
MARIEALEXANDER PUSHKIN

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