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used in The Lords of Discipline

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(literally a sword strike that mercifully kills a wounded animal, or metaphorically as the last in a series of things that defeated an opponent, idea, business or other entity.)
  • He lifted Pig's head off the floor by cruelly grabbing a knot of Pig's hair and was about to land a punch that easily could have broken Pig's jaw He was about to land the final coup de grace when a slim, frantic figure sprinted across the ring and wrapped himself around Otto's neck and back.
    Chapter 3.24 (56% in)

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