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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Now, in Denmark, one of the world’s major fur exporters, over 15 million mink at 1,000 farms are now scheduled for slaughter.
Owners worried about their bottom line at that moment but did not want to slaughter potentially productive animals.
After the industrial slaughter of whales ended in the mid-1900s, scientists estimated that nearly 99 percent of the planet’s blue whales had been completely wiped out.
It’s likely that one day in the future—maybe distant, maybe not so much—we’ll look back in disbelief at the way we used to raise and slaughter entire animals just to get a few cuts of their flesh.
With plant slowdowns came a backlog of pigs, cows and chickens waiting for slaughter.
The revenge of the Portuguese was horrible, the Cahetes were hunted, slaughtered, and all but exterminated.
Their version of the position was that “great fighting took place daily and the Nazarenes were being slaughtered in hundreds.”
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Unhappily thousands of harmless citizens were slaughtered side by side with the mutineers.
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At fifty yards' range, armed only with bows and spears, they were at the mercy of riflemen and could stand only to be slaughtered.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
But of course you do, for it seems almost yesterday that the Maine went down with her slaughtered crew.

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