killable


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killable

(ˈkɪləbəl)
adj
1. (Agriculture) suitable for being killed
2. capable of being killed
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Adj.1.killable - fit to kill, especially for food
comestible, eatable, edible - suitable for use as food
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I call this the "desperation phase," and it makes a dominant buck killable again.
But a player uploaded via YouTube to make death himself mortal and killable with the right set of commands and situations.
pushed many Americans toward a tribalistic logic--all "gooks" are enemies and therefore killable.
Rather, bolstered by endless lawfare, they make a wide range of people killable, including any and all Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip.
The same steady expansion of killable categories will take place with children-an assertion based on empirical observation of what has actually transpired in the country over the last 14 years
But this seemingly obvious analysis does not quite add up, for the fundamental abomination of what is depicted in the opening sequence--the killing of the innocent child--is subsequently neutralized by the film's narrative, which evacuates the child of its innocence to the point of finally making it as guilty, and therefore as killable, as anyone else.
The theological apparatus works here like the biopolitical paradigm: "Just as the political mythologeme of homo sacer postulates as a presupposition a naked life that is impure, sacred and thus killable (though this naked life was produced only by means of such presupposition), so the naked corporeality of human nature is only the opaque presupposition of the original and luminous supplement that is the clothing of grace.
The song narrative makes it unmistakably clear that it is the Iraqi characters alone--infantilized as "little fuckers" and repeatedly framed as "hadjis"--that are disposable and killable.
Marva Munson, the Coens' killable lady, is equally as eccentric and fully as marginalized as her British counterpart.
Killable, who had been earlier cautioned for a foul on Lee, had already been issued a final warning by referee Halsey when he rashly upended the South Korean once more with the inevitable consequence.