He urged the restoration of hanging and flogging.
He was sentenced to a flogging and life imprisonment.⇒
There have been public floggings of women for adultery.
But for this ``fisherman from way back ', flogging jewellery and men's clothing was always temporary.The Australian (2004)
But not even Lonhro could rescue Beadman from a public flogging after the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick a few weeks later.Courier, Sunday Mail (2005)
By lunchtime I knew exactly how difficult it is flogging through thirty problems a day without assistance.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
Couldn't afford radar, even the cheap sets the Nips were flogging - just one more piece of trash you had to maintain.Cormorant
In my dream the Nazi guards stopped flogging Desmond and began to castrate him.Absolute Truths
Poor Laura - a few months ago she had dreams of becoming a diva but she has ended up flogging divans.Sun, News of the World (2002)
Tiger Tim's crunch semi-final was sold out months ago and touts were flogging £60 tickets for £1,500 each.Sun, News of the World (2001)
Under Sir R. Peel's new Act a man will be sentenced either to seven years" transportation or imprisonment with flogging.The Bullet Catchers
You have achieved what no other car manufacturer can boast of: flogging the same model for 17 long years.Business Today (2000)