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demise

[dimīz′]
Etymology: OFr, demettre, to put away
death, destruction, or end of existence.

demise

(dĕ-mīz′) [L. dimittere, to dismiss]
Death.

demise

Death.
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And if Amy can't pull out of her self-destructive decline the fact that her poor family will have to deal with her demise in such a public way will much worse.