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1 Because it sounds more violent, more like murder. A matter of ear.
2 violent volcanic forces upheaved the land of the whole area.
3 So many children who commit violent crimes have themselves been brutalized by years of abuse and neglect.
4 It was the only party to launch a serious election campaign in the violent region.
5 's most active volcano, Mount Merapi in central Java, killed more than 350 people in a series of violent eruptions last year.
6 He said these attacks were some of the most violent he's seen in Mumbai.
7 violent revolution upturned the whole country.
8 Religion had to bring a softening effect upon against the violent and bestial character of the early Romans. But for us today, Machiavelli writes, religion has to serve the opposite purpose.
9 ANOTHER troubled piece of Northern Ireland's violent past caught up with it this week with the publication of a report on the disturbing case of a Catholic priest involved in an IRA bombing in 1972.
10 But do video games actually provoke aggressive feelings, reduce activity in the frontal lobe of the brain and promote violent behavior, as the California law asserts?
11 The violent anarchy that has taken hold of British cities is the all-too-predictable outcome of a three-decade liberal experiment which tore up virtually every basic social value.
12 Sadness, here, is not an inward experience of depression, it is the encounter of grief, nostalgia, and sorrow in a public spectacle that requires violent retribution.
13 rapid acceleration-deceleration forces of violent shaking can cause much more damage to brain tissue and blood vessels than a direct bump to the head caused by a short fall.
14 A vegetarian, Confucius believed knives would remind people of slaughterhouses and were too violent for use at the table.
15 If you look to, say, a pack of lions, you will see social hierarchy and violent competition for food in most cases.
16 They launched out into a violent debate over proposal.
17 Whisky has only ever been notable to me for two reasons. It was the present I bought my father every Christmas and the spirit that gave me the most violent hangover of my life, some 10 years ago.
18 I know men, and he was not the violent type.
19 That group exhibited more violent behavior in the eighth year of the study than those who did not have head injuries.
20 It makes it easier to draw violent groups into politics; but it also allows peaceful nationalists to act up, and voters to support them, because there is no danger of bloodshed.
21 we can't count on military might alone. We have to invest in our homeland security, because we can't capture or kill every violent extremist abroad.
22 If you or a loved one is in a violent relationship, please get help.
23 There is a body of research suggesting that violent games can lead to aggressive thoughts, if not to violence itself.
24 But in fact, violent crime is far rarer in Japan than elsewhere.
25 will be violent swings in the market along the way, but eventually, they will end.
26 There is a medical argument, though not a very convincing one: alcohol is more dangerous in a variety of ways, including the tendency of some drunks to get violent.
27 This is not playing, bouncing the baby on your knee or even tossing him up in the air. This is violent, severe shaking,” she said.
28 Yes, as already noted, the state monopoly on force is important, and the spread of commerce creates incentives for cooperation and against violent conflict.
29 Police units are deploying around the district in preparation for what threatens to be another violent Sunday.
30 Anyone suspected of violent or organised crime, or abuse of power, can under a new law be held for five days without charge, and prosecutors can choose which court should hear their cases.