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Nothing can bring back those gassed to death in Ghota or starved to death in Homs.
They have been slaughtered in their schools and gassed in their cradles by the Assad regime.
Probably not for the bird who has just been gassed “to promote wildness.”Why Do We Save Some Species and Let Others Get Devastated?|Melissa Holbrook Pierson|May 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Iraq gassed the Iranian army repeatedly and then turned the weapons on its own Kurdish population.
Yet the study itself quickly appeared to be, well, over-gassed in the media.Dinosaurs Had a Lot of Flatulence, But Did Not Gas Themselves to Extinction|Daniel Stone|May 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We pay them and they're supposed to protect us but they gassed us for no good reason, gassed us like they gas enemy soldiers.'Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
After the soldiers were provided with proper respirators containing a chemical antidote, they were in no danger of being "gassed."
So I gassed up the buggy, turned the nose East, and took off like a man with a purpose in mind.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
They, too, had been "gassed;" and though they had not suffered so severely as the French, many of them were already out of action.
Then the gallant Sergeant-Major, now badly gassed, staggered back to serve his guns once more.