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Here, debilitation is proffered as a fate worse than death.
It is not semantics when destruction is replaced by debilitation.
Those who have firsthand experience with "unclean spirits" or psychiatric illnesses, as they are now understood, know the profound loneliness and paralyzing debilitation they wreak on individuals and loved ones.
This "social torture" is evidenced in widespread violation, dread, disorientation, dependency, debilitation, and humiliation perpetrated on a mass scale, largely in the "protected villages" for the internally displaced.
His journey of overcoming both physical and emotional debilitation has enabled him to become a guru on the topic of living well.
If modern theory is to be believed, Caesar's death was not a failure of risk management, just a very interesting application of it, choosing a public form of suicide rather than to descend into personal and political debilitation.
But those with the condition know only too well the pain and debilitation it can cause.
Much research has documented that such neural reorganization begins within hours of limb loss or debilitation.
Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia, is characterized by progressive loss of memory and cognition, ultimately leading to complete debilitation and death.
SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder, where people suffer depression and debilitation in the long dark winter months, is an accepted medical condition these days, with patients prescribed sun-lamps on the NHS.
Wataru Aso, who is also head of the National Governors' Association, said the major setback for the LDP reflects ''the rebellion'' and ''explosion of anger'' in local regions that have suffered from a widening disparity and debilitation compared with more affluent metropolitan areas.
Debilitation was a subjective criterion that gave the UCLA surgeons the flexibility to deny a transplant to any older patient who was judged too ill to undergo transplant surgery, Dr.