The methods of marshalling are dimidiation, impalement, quartering, superimposition.
Chiefest of all, the impalement of the old Raimondi on Marta's knife.
He resented the confinement of the dinner-table, the impalement of the ball-room, the imprisonment of the pew.
Kniaz Dimitri Shaferov expiated his real or imputed crimes by a slow death by impalement.
Hoping this amount of impalement will be satisfactory, I go on to something else.
To be found there was death—were I the highest in the nation—death by impalement, or some other form of lingering torment.
Then the king in a rage, supposing he had concealed his son, had him put to death by impalement as a thief.
It is a bold creature—often beats off the lion, or kills him by impalement on its long bayonet-like horns.
But impalement as we now know it was preceded by dimidiation.
Follow me close; you might lose yourself in this pleasant labyrinth, and it is death, my friend—by impalement too!
impale 1530, "to enclose with stakes, fence in," from M.L. impalare "to push onto a stake," from L. in- "in" + pallus "pole." Sense of "pierce with a pointed stake" as torture or punishment first recorded 1613.