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corporal

(kôr′pər-əl, kôr′prəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the body.

cor′po·ral′i·ty (-pə-răl′ĭ-tē) n.
cor′po·ral·ly adv.

corporal

of the body
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Both Lance Corporals were pronounced dead on the Brecon Beacons, having succumbed to heat illness, while Cpl Dunsby died later in Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The ISF corporal, who was badly shaken and physically wounded by the explosion, said that he got into an argument with Hajj at the blast site.
Corporal punishment, which includes spanking, is the intentional infliction of physical pain to stop or prevent misbehavior.
One troubling manifestation of this violent culture, affecting children, is the continued use of corporal punishment as a means of discipline, by those charged with the responsibility of caring for them.
More than 100 countries prohibit corporal punishment in schools, including Canada and almost all nations in Europe.
Sweden was the first country to ban corporal punishment in 1979.
Tavares (2003) afirma que existem dois processos fundamentais na parte psicologica do desenvolvimento da imagem corporal os quais sao: producao de imagens e a estruturacao da identidade do corpo; para que estes dois processos ocorram e necessario o funcionamento do cognitivo humano, campo que nao entendemos por inteiro.
A busca pela beleza apresenta-se como um fator desencadeador de uma preocupacao constante com sua autoimagem corporal (Oliveira e Perini, 2009).
Previously Section 69(2) (c) of Zimbabwe's Education Act allowed teachers to enact corporal punishment on students, which Mangota has since declared unconstitutional.
Wright decision that school corporal punishment is constitutional and left it to states to decide whether or not to allow it.
The main objective of this assignment is to offer alternative to avoid corporal punishment to achieve desired results and to provide feasible environment for learning process.

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