He is seen holding a photo of his son in one hand and clutches his own throat with the other hand, mimicking a noose.
Russian forces were continuing to tighten the noose around Bakhmut, the hotly contested city in eastern Ukraine that has become an unlikely focus of the year-old war.
The first case was in April 2016, when an employee at the Baton Rouge plant reported that a rope had been tied into a noose hanging from a scaffold.
第一个案例发生在 2016 年 4 月，当时巴吞鲁日工厂的一名员工报告说，一根绳子被绑在一个悬挂在脚手架上的套索上。
—New York Times
a loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot; it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled
running noose,slip noose,gin,snare
They’re the ones who survived the arena and slipped the noose of poverty that strangles the rest of us.
—Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
“I’m innocent!” the boy my age sobbed as they dragged him up onto the gallows and put the hangman’s noose around his neck.
—Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz
She lifted her upper body from the tunnel lip, spun the noose, and let the rope fly.
—Son by Lois Lowry
noose (n.)”loop formed by fastening a running knot or slip-knot,” mid-15c., perhaps from Old French nos or cognate Old Provençal nous “knot,” from Latin nodus “knot” (from PIE root *ned- “to bind, tie”). Rare before c. 1600.Related entries & more
noose（n.）“通过固定一个连续的结或活结形成的环”，15 世纪中期，可能来自古法语 nos 或同源的古普罗旺斯 nous “结”，来自拉丁语 nodus “结”（来自 PIE 词根 *ned – “绑定，绑定”）。在 c 之前很少见。 1600.相关条目及更多
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