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  • Who knows but what we might be better employed putting the town into a state of defense than massacring people with this slowness and brutality.
  • If they should come it would be possible to make a massacre.
  • I believe that we could make a massacre.
  • If it were not for thy bridge we could make a massacre here and get out.
  • I would like to have the massacre here and the bridge, too.
  • "I have a massacre for thee for tomorrow morning," Robert Jordan said.
  • It is a massacre.

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

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