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5
Burn!
 
2
Shoot!
 
2
Hang!
 
2
Drown!
 
5
Explode!
 
7
Behead!
 
2
Poison!

 

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Burn!
 
2
Shoot!
 
2
Hang!
 
2
Drown!
 
3
Explode!
 
1
Behead!
 
1
Poison!

From Wikipedia:

     Hamza (Arabic: الهَمْزة, ʼal-hamzah) (ء) is a letter in the Arabic alphabet, representing the glottal stop [ʔ]. Hamza is not one of the 28 "full" letters, and owes its existence to historical orthographical inconsistencies in early Islamic times. In the Phoenician and Aramaic alphabets, from which the Arabic alphabet is descended, the glottal stop was expressed by ʼāleph, continued by Arabic ʼalif. However, alif was used to express both a glottal stop, and a long vowel [a:]. To indicate that a glottal stop, and not a mere vowel, was intended, hamza was added diacritically to alif. In modern orthography, under certain circumstances, hamza may also appear on the line, as if it were a full letter, independent of an alif.
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     The tāʾ marbūṭa (Arabic: تاء مربوطة‎‎, "bound tāʾ") is a variant of the letter tāʾ used at the end of words. It mostly exists in grammatically feminine words. It denotes the sound /h/, and when in construct state, /t/. The regular letter ta, to distinguish it from tāʾ marbūṭa, is referred to as tāʾ maftuha, meaning "open tāʾ" (Arabic: تاء مفتوحة‎‎‎)


 

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