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!
1520s, "to enclose with stakes, fence in," from Middle French empaler and directly from Medieval Latin impalare "to push onto a stake," from assimilated form of in- "into, in" (see in- (2)) + Latin palus "a stake, prop, stay; wooden post, pole," from PIE *pak-slo-, from root *pag-/*pak- "to fasten" (see pact). Sense of "pierce with a pointed stake" (as torture or punishment) first recorded 1610s. Related: Impaled; impaling.