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  • Part 25 - Killing (expanded and synonyms)
    understand the command "kill" as something new.
    killing is an action applying to one thing.
    killing it with is an action applying to two things.
    understand "murder [someone]" as killing.
    understand "murder [something]" as killing.
    understand "kill [someone]" as killing.
    understand "kill [something]" as killing.
    understand "stab [someone]" as killing.
    understand "stab [something]" as killing.
    understand "torture[someone]" as killing.
    understand "torture[something]" as killing.
    understand "kill [someone] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "kill [something] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "murder [someone] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "murder [something] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "stab [someone] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "stab [something] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "torture [someone] with [something]" as killing it with.
    understand "torture [something] with [something]"as killing it with.
    report killing
    (this is the first killing rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun]."
    report killing something with a second noun
    (this is the second killing rule):
    say "You can't [verbword] [the noun] with [the second noun].".