wilding


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An unprovoked, motiveless assault by a group, usually of young men, on another, often a stranger, merely for the sake of committing violence
Examples Gang rape, stabbing, shooting, homicide

wilding

Forensic psychiatry An unprovoked, motiveless attack by a group, usually of young ♂, on another, often a stranger, merely for violence's sake Examples Gang rape, stabbing, shooting, homicide. See Evil, Gang.
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Ms Wilding said: "We got around two-thirds of all staff, both academic and support staff, in about a dozen meetings.
But it was Wilding who seized the moment and fixed the problem.
Matt Dinsmore cut the ball back to Wilding on the edge of the area and he fired beyond Regan Coward.
Lynda Bellingham, who survived the dance-off against Wilding, is 3-1 favourite to go next week, while Ricky Whittle remains a warm order to win the series - he and Natalie Lowe are as short as evens.
Wilding said the Rihan Heights project has been 86 per cent sold to date and was sold at prices exceeding Dh25,000 per square metre, though he admitted that the company is not immune to the global economic crisis.
Peter Wilding was formerly a regional director with global developer Multiplex and general manager with Australand, one of Australia's major diversified property groups.
Wilding was also given another Asbo lasting five years and sentenced to 100 hours of community work with a two-year supervision order.
After the meeting Mr Wilding said: "In many ways I shall be sad to leave the company.
The town's magistrates heard off-duty Wilding punched Boswell in the face to stop his attack.
Wilding declined to release the results of the survey, saying the college is only at the preliminary stage of planning for a possible bond measure.
Simon Wilding officiated in four youth games last season and is also qualified to ref matches involving young GIRLS.
Nick Wilding demonstrates how his interests in cryptography related closely to those in developing a universal language for philosophy.