In 2007, the Tory-loving paper's Scottish edition changed it into a hangman's rope
and told readers: "Vote SNP today and you put Scotland's head in a noose.
Bagpipe Ninety seconds of humiliation later and the very panel that gave him the hangman's rope
developed amnesia and denied responsibility: "You should do it at home.
Items include a mummified mermaid, a 60s Dalek, a Victorian hangman's rope
and a piece of tattooed skin.
Anne and her eldest son, John, watched in stunned silence as the last gasps for breath of her husband and John's father, Ralph Morden UE, gave way to silence as he slowly slumped and then swayed in the wind at the end of the hangman's rope
Even though Ellis did not give evidence, the jury took just 43 minutes to return a unanimous not proven verdict and Ellis escaped the hangman's rope
Those who carried on were hunted down with ruthless efficiency and scores ended their lives by dancing the pirates' jig at the end of a hangman's rope
It was hard work attempting to decipher the paper titles, jargon heavy as a hangman's rope
and harder still to endure the presentations--all designed pontifically to impress an international audience.
From here, Kolin indicates in Funnyhouse of a Negro how the heroine as a faceless female with a hangman's rope
around her neck, and with red blood for a face conveys hopelessness (27).
If we only look at the politics of lynching a warrior-hero, abusing him on the gallows, keeping him awake the night before by banging on his cell door and flaunting before his bleary eyes the hangman's rope
, we can see just how dim the whole plan was.
They want to see him at the end of the hangman's rope