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  • n. Plural form of self-destruction.


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  • With a wry self-deprecating humour that stops her from coming across as self-aggrandising, GIlbert roots the trope of the tortured artist in this, asks if maybe this is a cause for all those suicides and self-destructions.

    Genius in a Bottle

  • This game, however, left them feeling bitter, angry and snakebitten as well as guilty of multiple self-destructions.

    Washington Redskins' botched snap on extra point vs. Bucs captures an era

  • Yeah, feathers may ruffle and McCain's campaign may go into disarray again: I'm amazed how long they've held it together since multiple self-destructions last year.

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  • Mickey Rourke, grizzled survivor of various overchronicled on - and offscreen self-destructions, stars as an ex-champ dying - figuratively and then some - for one last glory-shot in

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  • Baby By Me (Featuring Ne-Yo) 50, I'm real happy for ya and I'mma let you finish ... but Electrode had one of the best self-destructions of all time! - News


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