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  Bastinado - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bastinado, originally, was a Spanish word for the act of caning in the literal sense of beating with a stick et cetera.
It is specifically used to refer to a form of torture or corporal punishment which consists of beating the soles of the offender's bare feet with a hard object, like a cane or rod, a club, or a piece of wood, or a whip.
Uday Hussein, a leader of Iraq's now-fallen Ba'ath Party regime and son of Saddam Hussein, is alleged to have used this method of torture on Olympic athletes who did not perform according to standards.
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 bastinado
A baton is a stick, club, cudgel or truncheon which as 'bastinado' is used to beat of the bottoms of the feet, generally as a form of corporal punishment.
Bastinado is considered to be extremely painful and has long been used in interrogation and torture activities as a means to elicit information from the victim.
If a person is severely bastinadoed they will be unable to place their weight upon the soles of their feet, forcing them to crawl, a position which will reinforce the domination of the performer of the bastinado over them.
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 George E. Romasco
Bastinado didn’t shoot the gun very often because the shells cost a lot of money and they were hard to get.
She held the rifle and Bastinado put his arms around her and they were both laughing.
I was frightened and I started to cry and I heard Bastinado say it’s okay it’s just his ear and Rosaria said thank god and they carried me home where mama put a bandage on my ear and called Bastinado a dumb ox and Rosaria said he was not and ran out of the room.
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 purevolume™ | Bastinado
Bastinado formed in Portland, Oregon in the spring of 1999.
McMurrin and Gambrell are comparatively recent arrivals to Portland, the former emigrating from Sioux City, Iowa, where he played with the mighty Wagon, and the latter from Easley, South Carolina, where he provided beats for Gravy Boat and Chumjacket.
"Bastinado is a gritty and complicated post-punk insurrection, intended to keep you on your feet and your adrenal glands dynamic through the basic, brawny sound of bass, drums, and a single guitar.
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 A History of Violence: Bastinado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Bastinado involves beating a prisoner on the soles of his or her feet with a stick.
During Bastinado, a victim's legs are usually bound together and often tied to a horizontal length of wood, so the feet are exposed to the torturer.
The act of Bastinado, generally used to punish miscreants but also to elicit answers from torture victims, extends back through history hundreds of years.
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 Bastinado - TheBestLinks.com - Arabic language, Bone, Foot, Middle East, ...
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Bastinado is a form of torture or corporal punishment which consists of beating the soles of the victims' bare feet with a hard object, like a cane or rod, a club, or a piece of wood.
This torture is effective owing to the clustering of nerve endings in the feet, and the structure of the foot, with numerous small bones and tendons.
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 Bastinado and falaka: feet torture
Bastinado and falaka are old words, used across centuries and civilizations.
Bastinado is a probably a word of Spanish origin.
Some sources mention the bastinado as one of the tortures of the Inquisition, but it was probably only a conventional caning.
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Also referred to as "caning", the bastinado is a form of punishment still used throughout the Middle and Far East.
The accused would be stripped bare, then bound in a way convenient to receive numerous blows to the backside, soles of the feet, or the back of the legs with a heavy shaft of bamboo or rattan.
Occasionaly after the caning, the wounds would be further aggravated with hot coals, scalding water, itching dust, or even the bites of red ants.
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 Tools to use
This means that the torturer can slowly intensify the pain to his victims soles not only by how hard he strikes the feet but with which cane he has decided to use.
It is a really hard man who can receive the bastinado with electric cables and not be reduced to tears very quickly.
Serious welt marks will be left across the bastinadoed soles when it is is used and walking will be very hard, maybe impossible for quite some time.
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 Information on Foot Discipline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
I've also read one interpretation which says that the "bastinado" is the stock, to which the feet are tied while the soles are caned.
Bastinado is not an "invention" soley from China or the Middle East.
Bastinado was the tool used to keep the captives in line.
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Bastinado are a three-peice rock and roll band hailing from Portland, OR.
They're these jumpsuits that have elastic stuff in the waist and they buckle up and have big blue, red and gray stripes down the sides that are all different but they all match the other suit's colors.
Bastinado are currently playing around the Portland, OR area.
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 Damascus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
During the Damascus affair a form of torture called bastinado was used to torture and interrogate the Jews.
Bastinado, which comes from the word baston when translated into English means baton.
A Bastinado is used to beat the bottom of a person’s foot usually for purposes of interrogation.
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Bastinado may well be "formulaic pop", as Battle describes it, but its fabulously formulaic in that despite its live sound and low production level (it was made for £2500) there are still potential classics in there.
Bastinado is an album that against all the odds is the one of the most startlingly affecting this year.
Their first single taken from Bastinado, ‘It’s All Over Now’ spread their name further and their second single ‘Radio Disco’ is to be released at the beginning of March has already been given the thumbs up.
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 FanFiction.Net : Dictionary & Thesaurus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Specifically: A form of punishment among the Turks, Chinese, and others, consisting in beating an offender on the soles of his feet.
Bastinadoing.] To beat with a stick or cudgel, especially on the soles of the feet.
[1913 Webster] From WordNet (r) 2.0 (August 2003) : bastinado n : a cudgel used to give someone a beating on the soles of the feet v : beat somebody on the soles of the feet From Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary : Bastinado beating, a mode of punishment common in the East.
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 Modern History Sourcebook: Père du Halde: Chinese Punishments, c. 1680
The bastinado is the common punishment for slight faults, and the number of blows is proportionable to the nature of the fault.
There is another method of mitigating the punishment, which is to bribe those that apply it, for they have the art of managing in such a manner that the blows shall fall very lightly and the punishment become almost insensible.
It is not only in his tribunal that the mandarin has power to give the bastinado; it is the same thing in whatever place he is, even out of his district, for which reason when he goes abroad he has always officers of justice in his train who carry the battoon.
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 Bastinado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Bastinado - beating, a mode of punishment common in the East.
It is referred to by "the rod of correction" (Prov.
The number of blows could not exceed forty (Deut.
www.biblelearn.com /east0469.htm   (30 words)

  
 Sunday Herald   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
“Bastinado Salsa – The Sacrifice” is to be screened for the first time in the Shetland town of Scalloway on Friday, however, the show’s producers believe they have invented a format which has universal appeal and would lend itself to a host of different island locations.
Karen Emslie, another co-producer, explained that bastinado was Spanish for a very fast drum beat, but also had connotations of torture.
Emslie said the unfortunate participant was “a tad apprehensive as they were dragged down the beach” by a set of beautiful twins and “bundled into the wicker figure”.
www.sundayherald.com /print39498   (454 words)

  
 Bastinado - Compare prices and read reviews on Bastinado music CD CDs album buy - price
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You can even rate the album Bastinado and write your own review to tell others how good or bad it is.
Bastinado, for those who might not know, is a punishment inflicted by beating the soles of the feet.
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A majority of the currently practicing cultures appear to favour using bastinado on their children of both genders, then the male parent appears to use bastinado on his children and wife.
Some people create and use foot stocks which are heavily padded.
There is a trigger point outside of the ankle behind the ankle bone which can trigger labour in some women.
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 Falaka Photos and Videos
At one time or another many types of whips rods and cudgels were used to beat the soles of the feet.
Falanga (and bastinado) describe a form of foot torture where victims were bound with their feet raised and their soles beaten with sticks.
Persians (now Iran) favoured bastinado, where the victim was gently and rhythmically beaten with a lightweight stick or bamboo on the soles of the feet.
falaka.blogspot.com   (742 words)

  
 Flogging the feet (bastinado and falaka)
Hit only on the soles, not on the toes or the upper side of the foot.
For information on the traditional feet punishments, read the article on bastinado and falaka.
If you have time enough, bind the bottom in the chosen position, get yourself a chair, sit down comfortably, and test the bastinado technique.
www.ecstagony.com /eng/info/arttec/beatfeet.htm   (681 words)

  
 bastinado. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
A beating with a stick or cudgel, especially on the soles of the feet.
Inflected forms: bas·ti·na·doed also bas·ti·nad·ed, bas·ti·na·do·ing, bas·ti·nad·ing, bas·ti·na·does, bas·ti·nades
Alteration of Spanish bastonada, from baston, stick, from Vulgar Latin
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 Report four   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
  The bastinado was usually used on the soles of the feet but sometimes on the butt as well.
  There is even a chance the victim could die from being tortured with the bastinado.
Blood libel which started with the disappearance of Father Thomas, a Franciscan superior.
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 Bastinado Family Tree : MyFonts
Big, thick and chunky, Bastinado is imposing, but the bat-like, scalloped edges give it a sinister presence.
Bastinado is an ancient Asian method of torture in which the bottoms of the victim’s feet are beaten until he can no longer walk.
This font looks like it wants to catch other fonts in a dark alley.
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 The Pirate Stern Bulletin Board - View Profile: Bastinado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Pirate Stern Bulletin Board »; View Profile » Bastinado
Bastinado is not a member of any public groups
SternChat.com is a parody website and is not associated with any celebrities, living or nearly dead.
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 Mister Poll: Bastinado
In some countries it is a common punishment for children to have their bare feet caned.
No Have you seen anyone receiving a bastinado
How old was you when you first received the bastinado
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 My Foot Fetish Fantasies - Review
Male feet and foot worship site focussing on barefeet, socks, sneakers.
lots of tickle photos and a section on stomp, pedal pumping and bastinado.
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