cycle of violence


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cycle of violence

A repeating pattern of physical abuse which occurs in abusive relationships, victims of which may be treated in the ER for injuries sustained during the abuse. See Domestic violence.
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He restated his commitment to arrest the cycle of violence that had engulfed some parts of the country.
The cycle of violence may throw the region into abyss of a bloody conflict.
So even if the military says there's no more Maute or Abu in Marawi, their relatives are still everywhere,' Reyes said, warning of a cycle of violence.
Mr Parry called for an end to the cycle of violence.
Meanwhile, the UN envoy to Afghanistan called for measures to halt the cycle of violence following Wednesday's deadly attack
As if we needed any further evidence, we received two painful reminders last week of the cycle of violence that keeps Israelis and Palestinians locked in a never-ending conflict for which both sides, of course, are equally responsible.
The meeting delved into ways of finding a political solution to the cycle of violence in Syria.
This apparently unending cycle of violence has engulfed country after country.
There are many people who struggle to break the cycle of violence that destroys lives without the right support.
Together we must break the cycle of violence, and one way to do that, other than lay down arms, is through justice and the rule of law.
The Malaysian Foreign Ministry issued a statement in which it affirmed that this crime of despicable barbarity manifests ISIS's cycle of violence and contempt against humanity.
An allegorical lesson about dictatorships and the cycle of violence they breed, Mohsen Makhmalbaf's "The President" unfortunately offers a simplified and simplistic reduction, akin to an ancient morality tale without the ancients' brevity: rather than sophistication cloaked in innocence, the pic feels like didacticism submerged in naivete.