skrag

skrag

slang To murder someone. That stool pigeon is going to blow our whole operation if he gets a chance to testify, so I need you to find where he's hiding and skrag him. They promised to let her live as long as she cooperated, but they skragged her anyway as soon as she had divulged the information they needed.

skrag

(skræg)
tv. to murder someone. (Underworld.) Marlowe wanted to skrag him right then and there.
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David Arnason is a good example of the attitude toward Canadian cultural nationalism among many, though certainly not all, Canadian writers: while engaging in the deconstruction of boundaries and the centralist and homogenizing forces essential to any nationalist ideology, Arnason has long been committed to the promotion of Canadian literature, and his work shows a profound concern with the Americanization of Canadian culture (in Fifty Stories and a Piece of Advice and Skrag, for instance).