(1) The boy's first taste of warfare was to kneecap a prisoner from the rebel forces.(2) They made lots of general party noise, which was fine up to about 11 p.m. After that, I wanted to go outside and kneecap them all with my cricket bat.(3) He lost his leg just above the kneecap last year as a result of a motorcycle accident.(4) It affects the cartilage on the back of the kneecap and causes pain and stiffness, especially when going up and down stairs.(5) Drilled into his knee was a large hole where the bullet had smashed into his kneecap , shattering two bones.(6) Mr Hackett said the defendant then left the house making threats to petrol bomb it and to kneecap his family.(7) He needs more surgery, this time to graft together the bone in the kneecap .(8) The tendon that connects the kneecap to the thigh muscle (patellar tendon) can be torn if the knee is bent too far back.(9) Would you be afraid to meet him late at night in a dark alley, just in case he was carrying a crowbar and threatening to kneecap you?(10) The strong chassis, excellent impact absorption and multiple airbags (including one under the steering wheel to prevent it from kneecapping the driver) won it five safety stars.(11) He must not enter Railton Terrace in Moston, where he allegedly approached a resident and threatened to have him kneecapped .(12) This is particularly so in an environment where worker alienation is so strong and the once authoritative independent commission has been kneecapped .(13) For many years people stayed away from Northern Ireland, frightened that they might be shot, bombed or kneecapped in the street for no reason other than their Religion.(14) The less-than-dynamic duo may yet get it right, especially if they can stop kneecapping themselves with stupid stunts.(15) In real life he's heavily involved in a secret life of gangland crime and kneecapping .(16) A long slump in oil prices, 17 percent inflation and unemployment of at least nine percent has kneecapped Iran's economy.