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stunt up
 v.— «If the pictures were posed&mdash”stunted up,” in the parlance—it merely highlights one relatively mild stage in a consistent pattern of gross behaviour on the part of a small number of soldiers. The progress from “stunting up” apparent persecution sessions for the amusement of self & others to actually engaging in acts ranging from ritual humiliation through to torturing a victim to death is steady & logical, & for some the movement across the spectrum will be inexorable.» —“Business as Usual” by Dick Jones Dick Jones’ Patteran Pages May 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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