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Definition of Disembowelment

Disembowelment
Disembowelment Dis`em*bow"el*ment, n. The act of disemboweling, or state of being disemboweled; evisceration.

Meaning of Disembowelment from wikipedia

- area. Disembowelment may result from an accident but has also been used as a method of torture and execution. In such practices, disembowelment may be...
- Disembowelment, often styled as diSEMBOWELMENT, was an Australian death-doom band that formed in November 1989 featuring Renato Gallina on guitar and vocals...
- native ****anese kun reading), is a form of ****anese ritual suicide by disembowelment. It was originally reserved for samurai in their code of honor but was...
- Disembowelment is a compilation of all the recorded material by the Australian death-doom band Disembowelment. It was released on 28 June 2005 by Relapse...
- opinion the disfigurement of Despenser's corpse (presuming that his disembowelment was post-mortem) may have served as a reminder to the crowd that the...
- surviving subjects have performed lethal and severe mutilation and disembowelment on themselves during the past days, including tearing off flesh and...
- the Peripheral is the only studio album by Australian death-doom band Disembowelment. The album was originally released in 1993. In 2005, this album was...
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- standing up and bowing (rei) to his body. In some seppuku rituals, no disembowelment occurs. The condemned person merely moves the tantō, or, sometimes,...
- Evisceration is disembowelment, i.e., the removal of viscera (internal organs, especially those in the abdominal cavity). The term may also refer to: Evisceration...
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