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massacre
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  • The Indians had burned Gnadenhut, a village settled by the Moravians, and massacred the inhabitants; but the place was thought a good situation for one of the forts.
  • During his absence the French and savages had taken Fort George, on the frontier of that province, and the savages had massacred many of the garrison after capitulation.

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  • The Hutus massacred the Tutsis in Rwanda.
  • The team was massacred 56 to 0.

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