Like, like, like

Could you explain the use of “like” in the sentences “she like lops off” and “the priestess like bestows the head to you” published on Speak Up’s September edition in the article “The great horror campout”? Thank you. Anna

In this context “like” is the same as “sort of,” “kind of” etc. It’s similar to the Italian “cioè.” 

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