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self-deliverance

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  • "We offer guidance and the most current information known for self-deliverance when the person is ready to choose," according to the network's website.

    Right-To-Die Billboard Raises Concerns

  • Follow-up interviews and discussions reveal that this method of self-deliverance may be less traumatizing for family members than more rapid-acting methods, such as the ingestion of drugs.

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  • Unlike other methods of self-deliverance, cessation of food and water allows the family members to be with the dying person, while they are dying, and to experience their commitment to death over time .

    imperfect endings

  • My mother had just joined the society, and someone in their Texas headquarters had suggested she approach Dr. Harmon to see if she was a good candidate for “self-deliverance,” as Humphry calls it, and, if so, to request a prescription for Seconal.

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  • And he would exist solely in the interstices between self-deliverance and immutable stillness.

    Fasting to a Comfortable Death

  • Rabbi Posner will discuss the ideas of assisted-suicide and self-deliverance from a religious point of view, both Jewish and Christian.

    Panel Discussion in Ajijic on Suicide and Self-deliverance.

  • Buddhism proclaims is a message of undeniable, if most imperfect, truth: the truth that would have man cultivate self-reliance, and attain to self-deliverance by means of self-control.

    Religion in Japan

  • Therefore two or three glorious strains he has that call to the martial virtue quiescent in their bosoms -- echoes from the warfare of their ancient self-deliverance -- menacings -- a prophetical _Nemo me impune lacesset_, should a future foe dare to insult the beloved soil.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 347, September, 1844

  • Then a mad hope invaded her; and, slowly, patiently, she began the work of self-deliverance.

    The Confessions of Arsène Lupin

  • "Leave him to me," he had said, and then the strength and weakness, and ruthless heat, and utter self-deliverance of his nature leaped to their height, and nerved him with deadly passion.

    Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida Selected from the Works of Ouida

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