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self-immolating

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  • It also shows the young monk covered with burns and apparently in shock after self-immolating March 16 to protest China's policies on Tibet.

    Video Emerges of Chinese Crackdown Near Tibetan Monastery

  • Over in Hollywood, the Academy Awards had more drama than a Best Picture winner, with show producer Brett Ratner self-immolating then resigning, first-time host Eddie Murphy following Ratner out the door, and Billy Crystal riding to the rescue.

    Arianna Huffington: Sunday Roundup

  • Auditing the Fed is “insane, self-immolating mob rule”?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Politeness Reflex

  • It also shows the young monk covered with burns and apparently in shock after self-immolating March 16 to protest China's policies on Tibet.

    Video Emerges of Chinese Crackdown Near Tibetan Monastery

  • They covered George Bush as a phoenix, reborn and brand new as President after every self-immolating screw-up and act of destruction.

    Lance Mannion:

  • As a well-respected London practioner of the dismal science, Stephen Lewis of Monument Securities, said recently, in a self-immolating blast at his own profession: Indeed, since economic theory is in disarray in the wake of the global crisis, it might even be deemed an advantage for an aspirant to high office at the IMF not to be weighed down by useless intellectual baggage.

    No Room for Economists in the IMF Hot Seat

  • In a fit of self-immolating despair, she looses her evil servant Puck on a rampage in current-day San Francisco's Buena Vista Park.

    Cheeshahteaumauk, Class of '65 (1665)

  • I didn't like Palin at all, and I'm glad she's gone, but I think this is the smartest thing she's done .... telling you, me, and the media GOOBYE enjoy yours miserable self-immolating selves while you tear apart the next sucker dumb enough to get involved in American politics ... and in the process continue to tear apart your country.

    Alaska's soon-to-be governor praises Palin

  • As a well-respected London practioner of the dismal science, Stephen Lewis of Monument Securities, said recently, in a self-immolating blast at his own profession: Indeed, since economic theory is in disarray in the wake of the global crisis, it might even be deemed an advantage for an aspirant to high office at the IMF not to be weighed down by useless intellectual baggage.

    No Room for Economists in the IMF Hot Seat

  • They covered George Bush as a phoenix, reborn and brand new as President after every self-immolating screw-up and act of destruction.

    George Bush's last second chance and the American refutation of the Book of Ecclesiastes

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