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- n. suicide
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Suicide.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The killing of one's self; suicide.
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As Holdsworth delves further into the distasteful secrets of Jerusalem, he begins to doubt the verdicts of "self-murder" or accident, but then how did Sylvia die?
I became attuned to the nuances of self-murder in literature, in film, in psychoanalytic research.
But the issue doesn't finish there, for 3 IDIOTS raises the relevant question: Was it self-murder or murder?
In this movie Hirarni explain really easily about the self-murder committed by students who have to fulfill the family expectations.
The Vice Dean asked us given Lady Macbeth changes as she does from a ironwilled accomplice to attempted attempted attempted attempted murder of progressing scenes to a raging sleepwalker as good as self-murder of a fifth act.
Euthanasia is that small part of self-murder on the basis of averting greater, and unnecessary, and (this is the most important part) terminal physical pain.
The love of life is a trick to save the races from self-murder.
Without a core set of beliefs, we cannot function (as Erich's mother clearly cannot); yet belief carried to extremes leads to murder and self-murder.
Every person deliberately assisting another in the commission of self-murder shall be guilty of manslaughter, a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s.
Regarding suicide, the legal requirements for any murder, even self-murder, is intent, foreseeability, and causation.
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