In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(act)suicidio masculine(attempt/pact) de suicidio(mission/bombing) suicidato commit suicide — suicidarse
- an attempted suicide — un intento de suicidio
- political suicide — suicidio político
- (in Pacific War) suicide pilot — kamikaze
- suicide rate — índice de suicidios
- A man dresses as a suicide bomber and carries a fake bomb.
- Thus, Pape believes that suicide terrorism is essentially a strategy for national liberation from foreign military occupation.
- The attack was carried out by a suicide bomber who blew himself up in a parking lot close to a restaurant.
- Over the past seven years, 92 people have committed suicide or died while attempting to avoid deportation.
- It was not immediately clear whether the teenager was connected to any of the militant groups that have carried out suicide bombings.
- A missile attack on a densely populated area is no more justifiable than a suicide bombing.
- The explosive charges carried by the suicide bombers were packed with ball bearings and pieces of metal to maximise death and injury.
- Last month's murder of 31 Indians was blamed on three suicide attackers.
- The foundation said that this year several potato growers of Uttar Pradesh and other parts of the country committed suicide because of over-production and no buyers.
- Since then she has had a string of roles in Hindi cinema, the most notable being her portrayal of a suicide bomber in The Terrorist.
- Her father committed suicide, her mother attempted suicide and she is co-founder of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention.
- They said they have been ordered to carry out suicide bombings but decided instead they would give up.
- In past weeks, bombers have carried out heavy suicide bombings but in single strikes.
- One member of the terrorist group was a suicide bomber who blew himself up next to a security fence, enabling the other gunmen to storm the religious site.
- The troubled woman committed suicide seven years ago.
- He will be lower profile, but the suicide bombings are expected to continue because he is an extremist.
- What they believed they were searching for was a suicide hijacker or team of hijackers.
- The doomed King Charles I's surveyor, Abraham van der Doort, for instance, committed suicide after misplacing one of 3,000 miniatures.
- Your squad travels behind enemy lines disabling radio contacts, to better prepare the suicide mission of Operation Overlord.
- Two alleged paedophiles, who lived opposite the proposed hostel in Fivefields Road, committed suicide on the day they were to supposed to stand trial at Winchester Crown Court.
- The depressive comic committed suicide in 1968, at the age of 44, but left behind a wealth of material that has continued to win fans with sketches such as The Blood Donor.
- Several villages around the cities have also been occupied as the army tries to prevent militants from carrying out suicide bombings.
- His determination to carry out a suicide bombing was against the wishes of his own family.
- If they committed suicide we must know why they committed suicide, and if they were murdered we must know why.
- In his usual style, he had set up entities to carry out the suicide bomb operations that allowed him to deny responsibility for them.
- They know that no military operation can stop the suicide bombers.
- The documents showed some entered the country in the days around the suicide hijackings.
- Eight anarchist trade unionists were arrested: four were hanged, one committed suicide in prison and the remaining three were eventually pardoned.
- Most of the Jews inside decided they would rather die than surrender, and committed mass suicide.
- The story goes that the first forced marriage was carried out in the 1970s, after seven sisters, unmarried because of their poverty, committed suicide together.
- What should you do if someone your child knows, perhaps a friend or a classmate, has attempted or committed suicide?
- None of their family members had attempted or committed suicide in the preceding year.
- A woman whose husband committed suicide was one of those who contributed to a recent seminar on suicide held in Skreen.
- In Wilson College, Mumbai, an assistant librarian committed suicide because the college authorities had allegedly harassed her.
- On another occasion during our two-year lease, a man who lived across the street committed suicide by jumping from what was a one-story building.
- Quoting the SAS motto Who Dares Wins, he called on worshippers to ‘out-imagine’ those who carried out suicide bombings.
- ‘The result of the investigation so far indicates that the bombings were carried out by suicide bombers,’ he said.
- Other songs have ageing rockers dying unmourned and a would-be suicide weighing up the pro's and con's of life.
- After, on average, more than twenty-six years, ninety-four per cent of the would-be suicides were either still alive or had died of natural causes.
- We drove across a bridge that's become so popular with suicides that the city is now encasing it with expensive, hideous jumper-proof wiring.
- But in fact more than half have not been convicted of anything, and are placed here by social services because they are runaways, potentially violent, self-harmers or potential suicides.
- Over the years the Humber Bridge has built up an unenviable reputation for attracting would-be suicides.
- Jane Pennington died a suicide at the age of 48.
- A would-be suicide was talked out of hanging himself from a public bridge - only to be promptly charged with assault.
- Nor is it at all uncommon for suicides to work something from popular songs or books or films into their deaths.
- Many SIBs would previously have been recorded as would-be suicides.
- It could just be about the world's losers, the failed would-be suicides and all our broken hearts.
- The autonomy granted by decriminalising suicide and attempted suicide in section 1 enables a would-be suicide to change her mind and seek help without fear of prosecution.
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