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  • penalty
  • EU attitude on death penalty. (airliners.net)
  • After the execution, ambassador from various European countries to Japan have co-authored a letter, saying that they understand the incident is special to Japan and Japanese people, however point out that death penalty have no effect on stopping crimes and mistakes in ruling cannot be corrected in the future, therefore strongly oppose the use of death penalty in all situations. (airliners.net)
  • Amnesty International have also criticized the use of death penalty as a ultimate denial on human right. (airliners.net)
  • But looking at those arguments against death penalty, is it just me that the supposed secular countries of European are being a little bit religious here? (airliners.net)
  • In other words, is the EU's position on death penalty a bit too religious? (airliners.net)
  • It's not just the EU attitude to the Death Penalty, it's the conviction of all developed countries (including Australia, NZ, Canada, etc) who have long since moved beyond state sponsored execution as a means of justice. (airliners.net)
  • This Japanese example is an extreme counter example of the trend to suspend the death penalty in practice in Japan. (airliners.net)
  • There are plenty of arguments against the death penalty, but I think the main one the EU has is indeed moral, that the state can't preach that killing is wrong, but practise it itself. (airliners.net)
  • The death penalty is just senseless killing by the institution of the state. (airliners.net)
  • CONCORD - The state's death penalty has not been used since 1939, and no one was on death row for decades until Michael Addison was convicted of the murder of Manchester Police Officer Michael Briggs in 2008. (newhampshire.com)
  • In 1834, Democratic Gov. William Badger was the first to ask the Legislature to abolish the death penalty, and the 2014 General Court will try again. (newhampshire.com)
  • Lawmakers, religious leaders, law enforcement and judicial officials, and families of murder victims made their case Thursday to abolish the death penalty in an event to begin a campaign to abolish the death penalty in New Hampshire. (newhampshire.com)
  • He noted in the last election that the two gubernatorial candidates opposed the death penalty. (newhampshire.com)
  • The 2000 Legislature approved abolishing the death penalty, but former Gov. Jeanne Shaheen vetoed it. (newhampshire.com)
  • Traditionally, abolishing the death penalty is opposed by law enforcement and those who argue people who commit the most heinous crimes do not deserve to live. (newhampshire.com)
  • But speakers at the press conference said the death penalty is not a deterrent to murder or other violen crimes. (newhampshire.com)
  • There is not a wit of evidence that the death penalty deters crime generally," said former Superior Court Chief Justice Walter Murphy, "no more than the minimum mandatory sentence of life without the possibility of parole. (newhampshire.com)
  • Diocese of Manchester Bishop Peter Libasci and Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire Robert Hirschfeld told why their faith makes them oppose the death penalty. (newhampshire.com)
  • The death penalty neither deters others, nor brings the perpetrator to understanding, but instead, in the worst of ironies, publicly validates the very act of taking a human life," Libasci said. (newhampshire.com)
  • Barbara Keshen, NH Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Chair, said "The death penalty is a failed policy that does nothing to make our communities safer. (newhampshire.com)
  • Keshen, who once served as a criminal prosecutor, said victims tell her the death penalty is a cruel joke that keeps them involved with the criminal justice system year after year and prevents them from going on their lives. (newhampshire.com)
  • avoidance
  • The avoidance approach and fear of death that were found suggest the need to offer special courses on man and death in high schools. (unt.edu)
  • The technical management of life and death implies an avoidance of the necessity of love, or put better, it implies a kind of falsification of love and its fruit. (communio-icr.com)
  • relies
  • Cost: 20 Motes, 2 Willpower, 1 Health Level Duration: Instant Type: Simple Minimum Endurance: 5 Minimum Essence: 4 Prerequisite Charm: Will Stealing Attack, Death's Might Description: This Charm relies upon a great deal of death being nearby, either the characters retainers and attendants slaying a number of mortals within essence x 100 yards of the character. (scribd.com)
  • tendency
  • The results show a strong tendency to avoid discussions and thoughts about death, more so by the Israelis. (unt.edu)
  • On the other hand, one is also aware of a tendency to put death on show, which corresponds to the general pulling down of shame barriers everywhere. (communio-icr.com)
  • lethal
  • So we can conclude that community pharmacists in East Flanders were not adverse to physician-assisted death, but their cooperation in dispensing lethal drugs was conditional on clinical information about the specific case and on protection by laws and professional guidelines. (biomedsearch.com)
  • Physician
  • Since the passage of the Oregon Death With Dignity Act (ODDA), psychologists have been grappling with how to fulfill their legally specified role in the process of physician,assisted suicide. (worldrtd.net)
  • The questionnaire is a companion survey to one conducted with Oregon psychiatrists (Ganzini, Fenn, Lee, Heintz, & Bloom, 1996) and assessed attitudes on a variety of ways in which a physician might be involved in hastening death, from withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment to the writing of a prescription for medication whose sole purpose was to end life. (worldrtd.net)
  • organ
  • In point of fact, the Magisterium does not formally oblige us to hold that the brain is the master organ of somatic integration, or that its death is therefore the death of the human being as such. (communio-icr.com)
  • Description
  • Cost: 15 Motes, 1 willpower, 1 Health Level Duration: One Scene Type: Simple Minimum Endurance: 5 Minimum Essence: 3 Prerequisite Charm: Furry of Death Description: For the rest of the Scene the Exalted reverses their wounded penalties into bonuses as they literally draw upon the power of death to bolster their actions. (scribd.com)
  • Cost: 3 motes Duration: Instant Type: Reflexive Minimum Endurance: 3 Minimum Essence: 2 Prerequisite Charm: Death Essence Gathering Technique Description: When the Exalted strikes the killing blow on a creature, they may roll that creatures Essence in dice, each success gives the Exalted back 1 temporary willpower to a maximum of the permanent willpower. (scribd.com)
  • Cost: 10 Motes, 1 Willpower Duration: One Scene Type: Simple Minimum Endurance: 5 Minimum Essence: 6 Prerequisite Charm: Gorging the Soul's Will Description: For the rest of the scene the Death Knight feeds off all the death near them, everything a mortal dies within Essence x 100 yards of the deathknight it is recorded on a track. (scribd.com)
  • Cost: 1 Mote Duration: instant Type: Simple Minimum Endurance: 1 Minimum Essence: 1 Prerequisite Charm: None Description: This rather Ghoulish Charm allows the Death Knight to steal sustenance from mortals. (scribd.com)
  • life
  • Jurors tend to vote for death in more egregious cases and for life in less egregious cases no matter what their own characteristics. (cornell.edu)
  • Opponents cite the ethic of "doing no harm" (Jennings, 1991), concerns about a "slippery slope" (Fenigsen, 1990) to abuse or misuse with the disadvantaged (Hendin & Klerman, 1993), and religious beliefs that such life-or-death decisions are solely the province of the divine (O'Rourke, 1991). (worldrtd.net)
  • view
  • The view of death as failure helps perpetuate urgent attempts at diagnosis when accommodation and acceptance may be more appropriate. (readabstracts.com)
  • Words
  • 2586 words - 10 pages The Writers' Attitudes to War in Three Poems The First World War was the most destructive ever known. (brightkite.com)
  • world
  • Well, College Crunch has put together a list of 9 world record attempts that ended in death , all of them pretty damn spectacular. (fishingfury.com)