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In 2365, Geordi La Forge doubted that a small woman could strangle a grown man while playing John H. Watson to Data's Sherlock Holmes. Data countered by agreeing that while she didn't use her hands, her beaded shawl became a garrote. (TNG: "Elementary, Dear Data")
In 2371, Elim Garak acknowledged Odo's normal shapeshifting abilities, suggesting he could stretch out his arms and strangle him from across the room, explaining that he couldn't that time because he had a device capable of emitting a quantum stasis field. (DS9: "The Die is Cast")
In 2372, Liquidator Brunt recommended death by strangulation to Quark so that the Ferengi bartender could keep the terms of the contract they made, citing leaving behind a relatively unmarked corpse as a reason why. (DS9: "Body Parts")