death by violence

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In the event of his death by violence (that is to say, in the absence of the regular letter from him at the appointed date), my father was then directed to send the Moonstone secretly to Amsterdam.
Winkle responded with a forced smile, and took up the spare gun with an expression of countenance which a metaphysical rook, impressed with a foreboding of his approaching death by violence, may be supposed to assume.
Eduardo Lucas, who met his death by violence last Monday night at Godolphin Street, Westminster.
We are witnessing a tragedy of huge proportions unfolding in which thousands of people are at immediate risk of death by violence or by hunger and thirst," said Chaloka Beyani, the UN's monitor on the rights of displaced people.
We are witnessing a tragedy of huge proportions unfolding, in which thousands of people are at immediate risk of death by violence or by hunger and thirst," said Chaloka Beyani, UN monitor on refugee rights.
We believe murder graded by degree should be introduced in place of manslaughter for death by violence.
Suicide is also a leading cause of death by violence, with one death every 40 seconds, while self-inflicted injuries are the fourth leading cause of death among those ages 15 to 44.
Tupac Shows How Rage Can Backfire," "The End of Gangsta Rap," "Violence Was a Career Plus for Rapper Tupac Shakur," "All He Is Now Is Dead'""Shakur Encouraged Violent Culture That Led to His Death by Violence," "Shakur Lived Thug Life, Died Thug Life," read headlines in newspapers across the country.
It's a brutal but exciting start to John Schlesinger's film about how people react to a family death by violence.