violence

[n] - a turbulent state resulting in injuries and destruction etc. 2. [n] - an act of aggression (as one against a person who resists)
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Violence

“Any assault in which an employee is threatened or assaulted by a member of the public in circumstances arising out of the course of his or her employment� HSE.
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Violence

Vi'o·lence noun [ French, from Latin violentia . See Violent .] 1. The quality or state of being violent; highly excited action, whether physical or moral; vehemence; impetuosity; force. « That seal You ask with such a violence , the king, Mine and your master, with ...
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Violence

Vi'o·lence transitive verb To assault; to injure; also, to bring by violence; to compel. [ Obsolete] B. Jonson.
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violence

1. The quality or state of being violent; highly excited action, whether physical or moral; vehemence; impetuosity; force. 'That seal You ask with such a violence, the king, Mine and your master, with his own hand gave me.' (Shak) 'All the elements at least had gone to wrack, disturbed and torn With the violence of this conflict.' (Milton) ... 2. I...
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violence

noun a turbulent state resulting in injuries and destruction etc.
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Violence

• (n.) Injury done to that which is entitled to respect, reverence, or observance; profanation; infringement; unjust force; outrage; assault. • (n.) Ravishment; rape; constupration. • (n.) The quality or state of being violent; highly excited action, whether physical or moral; vehemence; impetuosity; force. • (v. t.) To assault;...
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violence

(from the article `Algeria`) Political violence increased, owing to youth radicalization and attacks by the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC), which claimed to have ... During the year there were a number of violent protests, in which demonstrators demanded more social and political freedom as well as an increase in ... ...
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violence

violence 1. The use of physical force to injure someone or to damage something; threats of violence. 2. Extreme, destructive, or uncontrollable force; especially, of natural events; such as, the violence of the storm. 3. Intensity of feeling or expression. 4. The illegal use of unjustified force; the illegal use of unjustified force, or the inti...
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violence

The utilization of physical force or power as a means of achieving ends.
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Violence

[role-playing game] Violence: The Role-Playing Game of Egregious and Repulsive Bloodshed is a short, 32-page role-playing game written by Greg Costikyan under the pseudonym `Designer X` and published by Hogshead Publishing in 1999 as part of its New Style line of games. Violence is a parody of conventional dungeon-bashing games, set in a co...
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Violence

[book] Violence, or Violence: Six sideways reflections is a book written by the Slovenian intellectual and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek that addresses the role of violence within modern society, approaching it in terms of Objective and Subective violence. ...
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