Death by a thousand cuts
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The phrase "death by a thousand cuts" can refer to:
- Creeping normality, the way a major negative change, which happens slowly in many unnoticed increments, is not perceived as objectionable
- Slow slicing, a form of torture and execution originating from Imperial China
- Death by a Thousand Cuts (album), an album by Leng Tch'e
- Death by a Thousand Cuts (book), a non-fiction book about a form of torture and capital punishment in Imperial China.
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