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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
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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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He also called her from numbers she didn't recognise, with Ms Allcock only realising it was Wilding when she answered.
The statement continued: "The Wilding family would like to express their gratitude to all who helped Steve on Saturday, including staff, fans and emergency services, and hope to attend the EBB Stadium on Saturday (February 17), for our next home game against Macclesfield Town.
She later moved to Wolverhampton and worked at Bradfords Fashion House where she was introduced to her future husband Reginald James Wilding.
Wilding; two stepdaughters, Theresa Wilding of Houston, Texas, and Lisa Wilding of Lakeland, Fla.; siblings, Judith Young of Westboro, Diane Coldwell of Fitchburg, Douglas Coldwell and his wife, Patricia, of Berlin and Barry Coldwell and his wife, Louise, of Berlin; three grandsons and two granddaughters, Taylor Yong, Cody Yong, Dillan Wilding, Ainsley Wilding and Paige Wilding; and cousins.
When asked how the achievement ranked alongside her 40 years in the police force, Ms Wilding added: "Does it equate to saving a life?
"He said, 'Would you like to drive the crane?' I said, 'I don't know how to drive a crane.' And he said, 'It's easy--just six buttons and be careful,'" said Wilding, professor emeritus in the department of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
Mr Wilding, 41, suffered burns to almost half his body and later died.
Former jewellery shop owner Wilding, of Deansgate Lane, Formby, appeared at Liverpool Crown Court yesterday.
The house was "where we all gathered, especially at Thanksgiving and Easter," according to one of her sons, Christopher Wilding.