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DAMN IT

acronym for a clinical investigation plan, based on probable pathophysiologic causes of the disease present. It consists of Degenerative, developmental; Allergic, autoimmune; Metabolic, mechanical; Nutritional, neoplastic; Inflammatory, immune-mediated, iatrogenic, ischemic, idiopathic; Toxic, traumatic.
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If one accepts standard Christian soteriology (the doctrine of salvation) with respect to divine judgment and eternal damnation for the unrepentant mortal sinner, then the logic of la gran vendetta is unassailable.
ON the subject of drink and rugby, Catholics who attend the upcoming Munster v Leinster clash on Good Friday are facing eternal damnation.
Damnation is a prime example of a rather fine idea that's gone quite badly wrong.
To The Angry Evangelist is an answer to hellfire and damnation preachers, and 9 Hrs To Go is a thoroughly contemporary road song rhyming motormouth cocky with lesbian street hockey.
POPE Benedict XVI has reiterated the existence of hell and condemned society for not talking about eternal damnation enough.
It's important to me to treat everyone I meet as a member of my family, because whether I like it or not, we are all related on some level--even to the people who wish us nothing but hellfire and damnation.
Priest Maxi's threats of eternal damnation have the boys racing to make their first confession and take Holy Communion D though Cartman seems more interested in the wine and crackers.
Death and damnation have never come dressed in such heavenly music as in this deadly serious comedy in which sex and violence are depicted in beautiful arias, duets and ensembles.
and, finally, as a rebuke to those who hold a theory of double predestination, that God does not predestine anyone to eternal damnation.
The parallels that Tromly discovers between Edward's punishment and the torment of Tantalus are compelling, as are his arguments -- based on the connection between Tantalus and the damnation of Faustus -- for Marlowe's authorship of the ending of the 1616 text of Doctor Faustus.
Do not be relieved therefore to hear that there is no physical fire in hell, as we understand it, because the reality of eternal damnation, of eternal constant remorse at our freely chosen separation from the origin and goal of our existence, will be far worse than any human physics about fire can explain.