beheader

beheader

(bɪˈhɛdə)
n
a person who beheads another
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American rapper and record producer Sean 'Diddy' Combs is The Royal Beheader, along with supermodel Naomi Campbell, while reality TV star RuPaul is regal as The Queen of Hearts.
And she boasted of meeting the "White Widow" from Kent, as well as a fighter from west London, the notorious beheader of western captives Jihadi John.
Whether it's an American bomber or an Islamic State beheader, it's the same God to whom they pray.
In the case of the young Isis recruits, for the added delight in not just being with celebrity "Jihadi John" the beheader, but in having an active part in bringing about the apocalypse.
Jihadist John, the beheader of Foley who has a British accent, appears to be the same person who wielded the knife that decapitated Foley in the Aug 19 video which showed similar desert.
The fact that US journalist James Foley's beheader is almost certainly British invokes real terror.
Finally, as if serpent, adulterer, and beheader of saints were not enough, Calancha throws in the trope of cannibalism.
A huge feller for a party - and the Party for that matter - he was described as the 'great beheader of champagne bottles' and was fearless in the hunting field, tearing across the hedges and ditches of Cheshire at a tremendous rate - definitely more Gallopsky than Trotsky.
10/10 * Dr Yes: Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beheader, by Bateman, in hardback, by Headline, pounds 19.
Nasal hair, grooming, sexy, trim, moustache, beard, style, scrubby, macho, strop, razor, after-shave, after life, hirsute, barber, architecture, visage, beholder, beheader, Beelzebub.
If you go back to the ballads of Robin the Beheader, he was a man who'd chop off your head and your hands, take your money and not give anything to anybody.
12) The lethal intimacy of close combat reduces the distinction between beheader and beheaded to one of hazard.