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to deprive of a limb or bodily member or its use

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destroy or injure severely

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alter so as to make unrecognizable

destroy or injure severely

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Traitement chirurgical des kystes clitoridiens compliquant des mutilations genitales feminines J Gynecol Obstet Biol Reprod 2014;43:328-331
Female genital mutilation is a global health issue that can have devastating physical, psychological, and social consequences for girls and women [1].
See generally Intensifying Global Efforts for the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilations, G.
Elle a dit que le forum vise a mettre en exergue ce qui etait dans le document de l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour eradiquer les mutilations genitales feminines avec les autorites competentes pour l'elaboration et la planification des projets relatifs a la lutte contre les mutilations genitales feminines qui seront presentes aux bailleurs de fonds en Angleterre qui ont confirme le financement des projets portant sur les mutilations genitales feminines,a-t-elle poursuivi.
They even compared cases to mutilations associated with big cat attacks and satanic cults.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a widely practised procedure that involves the removal of all or most of the clitoris (clitoridectomy), all or part of the labia minora (excision) or both (infibulation).
The women with tubal pathology had longer time intervals between the mutilations and their infertility examinations, compared with women without tubal pathology (21.
I am speaking not only of the deaths and mutilations of American youth, but the deaths and mutilations of Iraqi children.
In Colorado's Morgan county, there were reports that a US Army helicopter had been seen in the area where some of the mutilations had taken place.
If written on a codex, a lost outside sheet would account for both mutilations (pp.
Moscucci's article is particularly significant as one of the first to identify the double standard whereby female circumcision and clitoridectomy are denounced as mutilations which must be stopped, while male circumcision is accepted as a mild and harmless adjustment, even if irrelevant to health.
These are important components of the new standards that readers should have been informed about in the event that they wanted, like many others have, to write to the USDA and demand that the "organic" label not stand for factory farms or animal mutilations.
That is why to be born into the human family is to be in danger of suffering the usual mental and sometimes physical mutilations to which children are made to submit.
In a society full of accepted mutilations, a distinction between accepted body adornments and psychotic mutilations can become blurred.