Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F., from Guillotin, a French physician, who proposed, in the Constituent Assembly of 1789, to abolish decapitation with the ax or sword. The instrument was invented by Dr. Antoine Louis, and was called at first Louison or Louisette. Similar machines, however, were known earlier
She had been guillotined, and revived by sorcery.
"Memoirs" by Charles Godfrey Leland
As for France loving republican principles, her republicanism was founded upon blood and the guillotine.
"The Naval History of the United States" by Willis J. Abbot
I would not for the world have you cheat the guillotine.
"In Kings' Byways" by Stanley J. Weyman
It has to be played by a hurdy-gurdy on a guillotine.
"Erik Dorn" by Ben Hecht
Now for all its blood and its black guillotines, the French Revolution was full of mere high spirits.
"Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens" by G. K. Chesterton
Thus the work of the political guillotine went on.
"A Political History of the State of New York, Volumes 1-3" by DeAlva Stanwood Alexander
With a little more provocation there would have been barricades and the guillotine just as before.
"Barbara in Brittany" by E. A. Gillie
Let the guillotine work incessantly through the whole Republic.
"The False Chevalier" by William Douw Lighthall
Molly was in her chair, with her head lolling over the back, as if it were a guillotine, her huge mouth wide open, fast asleep.
"Nell, of Shorne Mills" by Charles Garvice
For his vigor as mayor in keeping the peace, and for his manly defence of the Queen, he was guillotined.
"A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)" by Augustus De Morgan
Angel of this sacred place,
Calm her soul and whisper peace,
Cord, or axe, or guillotin'
Make the sentence - not the sin.
"The Wake of William Orr" by William Drennan
God of Peace, and God of Love,
Let it not thy vengeance move!
Let it not thy lightnings draw -
A Nation guillotin'd by law!
"The Wake of William Orr" by William Drennan
Athwart the golden flood of morn
Was poised the wing of Death,
As 'neath the fearful guillotine
The doomed one drew his breath.
"The Child's Appeal" by Mary Gardiner Horsford
In every wood is green and gold,
The unbridged river runs all green
With queenly swan-clouds floating bold
Down to the mill's swift guillotine.
Beyond the mill each murdered queen
Floats white and cold.
"The Winds" by John Freeman
"The grim Bastile, the rack, the wheel, without remorse or pity,
May flourish with the guillotine in every Yankee city;
No matter should old Abe revive the brazen bull of Phalaris,
'Tis no concern at all of ours"--(sensation in the galleries.)
"England's Neutrality" by John Reuben Thompson
"I feel like I'm in a guillotine," he said.
Slips of the Knife, Resulting ER Trips Spawn Battle of the Guillotine vs the Brooklyn Slicer.
Art can raise money (or get smashed in a guillotine ).
Moaning in agony, members of royalty and the clergy wait in a dark prison to be summoned to the guillotine.
A Guillotine Cannot Blur Poulenc 's Soft Sounds.
Standing outside the doors that open and shut like a horizontal guillotine I took a deep breath and said a prayer before closing my eyes and venturing inside.
During my first year in college a strange hip hop group burst onto the scene wielding flying guillotines, rhyming about Shaolin monks, and generally dominating the airwaves.
If you have a dull, plastic, single-blade guillotine, throw it away and buy another one.
The part that worries me, though, is that the rear hatch has reconfigured itself to where it now has a guillotine feature.
0The TA-BLS bi-layer shear jig for the CT3 texture tester is a guillotine type device used to measure the force needed to separate the layers of a multi-layer tablet.
Guillotine lock in Kings Norton gets £200,000 revamp.
It's been over two centuries since Louis XVI was guillotined on Paris' Place de la Concorde, but the job of hunting the underground pest that so troubled French monarchs on the grounds of the Versailles palace still exists.
Santorum's hyperbole: Over the top to the guillotine.
The story of the Grant Park guillotine.
Only one Dukes County town is riding in the tumbrel, bound for the United States Postal Service guillotine.
One-dimensional random walks in random scenery recently arose in the study of random walks evolving on oriented versions of Z2 (see Guillotin-Plantard and Le Ny (2007, 2008)) as well as in the context of charged polymers (see Chen and Khoshnevisan (2008)).
Limit theorem for random walk in weakly dependent random scenery
Guillotin-Plantard, N. and Prieur, C. (2009) Limit theorem for random walk in weakly dependent random scenery.
A functional approach for random walks in random sceneries
In , Guillotin-Plantard and Le Ny established the link between the Campanino and Pétritis random walk and the random walk in random scenery and proved a functional limit theorem for the ﬁrst one.
A local limit theorem for random walks in random scenery and on randomly oriented lattices
Guillotin-Plantard, Dynamic Zd -random walks in a random scenery: A strong law of large numbers, J.
Dynamic Random Walks on Motion Groups
Guillotin-Plantard. A functional approach for random walks in random sceneries.
Random walks at random times and their reward schema: weak convergence to iterated Levy motion, fractional stable motions, and other self-similar processes