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This was used as a military punishment, as by the British Army. For example, in Tangiers, the whirligig was reportedly used on women, by whom it was more feared than the pillory, stocks and wooden horse.
- Websters Dictionary (1913 edition)
- Justice and Discipline in Tangier and throughout the British Army
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