She was admitted to an inpatient pediatric hospital for the assessment and treatment of SIB, aggression, property destruction, and ritualistic
The possibility that it has been involved in any ritualistic
use is not a particular line of inquiry, but we can't rule any options out," she said.
To the ritualistic
dismay of the Montreal media, the MWFF is not a big--name event.
When an action by the government or the Catholics disturbed that balance, the Protestants would respond with some form of ritualistic
behavior, such as a march to demark their territory.
Police probing his murder yesterday met officers at a conference in Holland on similar ritualistic
killings across Europe.
In what almost seems like a ritualistic
dance, Florida's spiny lobsters join together in lines of 50 or more to conga across the ocean floor.
The youngster, called Adam by police, was discovered near Tower Bridge in London on September 21, last year, sparking fears he had been the victim of a ritualistic
Police originally believed that the boy, believed to be five or six and Afro- Caribbean, was the victim of a ritualistic
"Muti" killing, carried out by African witch doctors.
A WORLD expert in African ritualistic
murder was travelling to Britain today to join the hunt for the killer of a boy whose torso was found in a river.
Following weeks, months or even years of ritualistic
eye exercises and relaxation techniques, many of Taber's students do away with corrective lenses altogether.
He takes to drink, and is drunk the night his wife and daughter are savagely killed and mutilated in a bizarre, ritualistic
In application to the current legal jargon, this distinction might be used to differentiate between terms that are capable of meaning, or of being believed, in that they have some operational referent, and terms that are incapable of real meaning, and have only an emotional or a ritualistic