Suicide

Many people take their own life. In the UK, death by suspected suicide must be reported to the coroner and an inquest will be opened. If there was an inquest, the records may not have been kept. In the UK they are kept for just 30 years and then destroyed. A delay between death and issuing a death certificate is likely to be due to an inquest - Sui … ...

Suicide

Killing oneself. This is not a crime, but it is a crime to help another person to commit or attempt suicide. (Crimes against People)

suicide

  1. the act of killing yourself
  2. a person who kills himself intentionally

Suicide

• (adv.) Ruin of one`s own interests. • (adv.) One guilty of self-murder; a felo-de-se. • (adv.) The act of taking one`s own life voluntary and intentionally; self-murder; specifically (Law), the felonious killing of one`s self; the deliberate and intentional destruction of one`s own life by a person of years of discretion and of sou...
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Suicide

(from the article `Durkheim, Émile`) ...De la division du travail social (1893; The Division of Labour in Society), and in Le Suicide (1897; Suicide). In Durkheim`s view, ethical and ...
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Suicide

(n) Suicide is defined as the act of killing oneself, with an intention to end his own life for whatever reason, with out any external influence and help. Suicide differ from accident where there is no intention to die. When death happens with the influence or support of others it is homicide
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suicide

(soo´ĭ-sīd) the taking of one's own life. a person who voluntarily and intentionally takes his or her own life. assisted suicide suicide with the help of another person, such as when an incurably ill patient intentionally ingests a toxic substance or an ov...
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suicide

self-destruction noun the act of killing yourself; `it is a crime to commit suicide`
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Suicide

[b-boy move] A suicide is a sudden drop to a b-boy`s back. They are frequently employed as finishing moves. Ideally, suicides are very flashy and painful-looking moves. Good suicides elicit exclamations of `ouch` from onlookers and can even be comical to a certain degree. They usually end with the breaker perfectly still, enhancing the imag...
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Suicide

[game] Suicide (sometimes abbreviated to `suey`), or otherwise referred to as `wall-ball` or `elimination`, is a game typically played by children and teenagers. The rules vary widely from place to place; those given below are not necessarily a `standard` form of the rules. ==Setup== Suicide requires at least two players, and can have as ma...
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suicide

[Noun] The act of taking your own life.
Example: The police thought that suicide was the cause of death.
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Suicide

[TNA Wrestling] ===Pollenia rudis=== This peer review discussion has been closed. I`ve listed this article for peer review because this was a group effort and I would like additional opinions on the flow of the article. I would also appreciate any feedback concerning duplicate information or other areas that should be focused on in the arti...
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Suicide

[Viktor Suvorov book] Suicide is a book by Viktor Suvorov about German preparations for the war with the Soviet Union. Suvorov argues that the German army was ill-prepared, Germany`s leaders were unsophisticated (if not foolish), and that attacking Russia was suicidal for Germany (hence the title of the book), and he suggests an explanation...
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Suicide

[wrestling] Suicide is a professional wrestling gimmick, formerly used by multiple professional wrestlers. Suicide first appeared as a fictional character from TNA Impact! the video game. In December 2008, the Suicide character was introduced on television as a real-life wrestler in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Though having been primari...
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Suicide

Su'i·cide noun [ Latin sui of one's self (akin to suus one's own) + caedere to slay, to kill. Confer So , adverb , Homicide .] 1. The act of taking one's own life voluntary and intentionally; self-murder; specifically (Law) ...
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Suicide

A term for a distribution wiring connector with male plugs at both ends, (Grip/Lighting)
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suicide

n. the intentional killing of oneself. Ironically, in most states suicide is a crime, but if successful there is no one to punish. However, attempted suicide can be a punishable crime (seldom charged against one surviving the attempt). "Assisted suicide" is usually treated as a crime, either specifically (as in Michigan) or as a form of homicide (s...
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Suicide

No one is talking about self-inflicted death here. This term refers to floor seating directly in front of the track. These are prime seats for up close derby action, but be careful you could end up with a derby girl/guy in your lap.
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Suicide

Our Suicide Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Suicide Suicide: The act of causing ones own death. Suicide may be positive or negative and it may be direct or indirect. Suicide is a positive act when one takes ones own life. Suicide is a negative act when one does not do what is necessary to escape death su...
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Suicide

Suicide is intentional self-killing. This may be done directly, or as a result of neglecting to look after yourself. Since the 1960s the suicide rates have risen steeply among young people, especially young men who are four times more likely to kill themselves than young women. This is partly because of the methods most commonly used by men to kill...
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suicide

suicide The killing of one`s self; literally, 'self-killing'. 'Family honor' supposedly regained with 'virgin suicides'.
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suicide

suicide [Lat.,=self-killing], the deliberate taking of one's own life. Suicide may be compulsory, prescribed by custom or enjoined by the authorities, usually as an alternative to death at the hands of others, or it may be committed for personal motives. Depending on the time and place, it may be re...
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Suicide

Taking one's own life.
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Suicide

Taking one`s own life. In people with severe mental illness such as schizophrenia, some anxiety disorders and manic depression the risk of suicide is significantly increased.
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suicide

The act of intentionally killing oneself; also someone who does this. The frequency of attempted suicide is 20 times higher than actual suicide. Three times more women than men attempt suicide, and...
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