See also:whip or lash, especially one used for the infliction of punishment . The typical scourge (
See also:Lat. flagellum) has severalthongs or lashes attached to a single handle, as in the
See also:modern " cat-o'-nine-tails." The scourge or
See also:flail, and the crook, are the two symbols of power and domination depicted in the hands of
See also:Osiris in
See also:Egyptian monuments; these show the unchanging
See also:form of the instrument throughout the ages .
SCOUT (from O. Fr. escouter, mod. ecouter, Lat. aus...
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