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Related to uxoricide: chivvy, oneiromancy, Opsimath, Mariticide
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a husband who murders his wife

the murder of a wife by her husband

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It is, accordingly, impossible to determine whether she considers Jackson guilty or not of sexual acts with the boys he brought to his Disneyesque Xanadu, called, with appropriate Peter Pan-ishness, "Neverland" The Southern California law courts, to be sure, acquitted Jackson, but where being a black celebrity gets you away with uxoricide and double murder, who would convict a mere stellar pedophile?
77) The rate of uxoricide in Chicago peaked between 1900 and 1905, and then it dropped, falling by twenty-nine percent between 1905 and 1920.
The revelation that impels Farrell to uxoricide is unconvincingly plotted and will anyhow come as no surprise to the alert reader.
In "Desdemona's Disposition," Lena Cowen Orlin carefully examines the changes in place (from Sagittary to Cyprus and into an increasingly "domestic" space) that may encourage an audience well-versed in patriarchal theories to collude in the mistaken assumptions which lead to uxoricide.
Between 1890 and 1910, Chicago's uxoricide rate surged, and local jurors, all of whom were men, proved unforgiving toward wife killers and convicted 80 percent of the husbands who were arrested.
If a sense of justice and chivalry undergirded convictions in uxoricide trials, feelings of terror and vulnerability fueled convictions in robbery-homicide cases.
Now, uxoricide is a greater evil than indissolubility is a good because it includes not only the serious evil suffered by the woman killed but also the grave evil of the guilty killer.
Guttmacher, that the "pathological jealousy reaction that one sees in chronic alcoholics is an important factor in uxoricide.
Of doctors who commit murder within the context and confines of their private lives, and for personal reasons, there has never been any shortage, uxoricides mostly, from Dr.