Self-inflicted sentence example

self-inflicted
  • By all accounts his injuries were far too severe to have been logically self-inflicted.
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  • You can only spare yourself from self-inflicted stress by sticking to your word.
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  • There had been three apparently self-inflicted deaths in the previous six months, all within the first four days of custody.
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  • The real trouble is that much of the damage seems to be largely self-inflicted.
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  • All my scars are from incoming mail, not self-inflicted.
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  • The axis powers demonstrated high growth rates through severe, and often self-inflicted, restrictions on external trade through the 1930's.
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  • We suffered the self-inflicted wounds of financial and sexual sleaze.
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  • Her husband was beside her with only a minor self-inflicted wound.
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  • The " 9/11 self inflicted " thread has now had its name changed by persons unknown.
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  • Done properly, Salsa should cause very few self-inflicted injuries.
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  • Self-inflicted death done in the privacy of a home usually does n't make the paper.
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  • The party is behind in the opinion polls and suffering from self-inflicted damage.
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  • The East Anglia Ambulance Trust had even worse self-inflicted problems.
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  • But exclusion of Muslims from mainstream society is sometimes self-inflicted.
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  • Suicide by a self-inflicted gunshot wound was the cause of death for Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.
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  • A close family member, health care provider, child of the elder individual may be the abuser, or in some cases, the abuse may be self-inflicted.
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  • Self-inflicted abuse means that an elderly individual may not be able to care for their personal health and hygiene needs but refuses help.
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  • They will also not pay claims that arise because of the insured's suicide or self-inflicted injury or illness, including sexually transmitted diseases, incidents of drug or alcohol abuse, or risky or dangerous behavior.
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  • Generally speaking, injuries that you receive as a result of your own negligence or that are self-inflicted will not be covered, and medical treatment is not covered if you are traveling for the purpose of getting that treatment.
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  • In all these lesser orders may be discerned the tendency of a return to the elements of Eastern monasticism discarded by St Benedict - to the eremitical life; to the purely contemplative life with little or no factor of work; to the undertaking of rigorous bodily austerities and penances - it was at this time that the practice of self-inflicted scourgings as a penitential exercise was introduced.
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  • There are more than enough fruitful issues for nationalists to run on outside the partly self-inflicted ghetto of the past years.
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  • Read more... Mountain Mayhem 2003 21 Jun 2003 More self-inflicted pain from two Nottingham-based teams, this time in Birmingham.
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