euthanasic

euthanasic

(ˌjuːθəˈneɪzɪk; ˌjuːθəˈneɪsɪk)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to euthanasia
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In 1928, David Diaz's essay in Psiquis, a science and philosophy review, stated that if people lived in accordance with Nature's laws then they could "live a positive eugenic life and die a natural euthanasic death" (Cleminson 1994 734).
Royal Dutch Society for the Advancement of Pharmacy, "Administration and Compounding of Euthanasic Agents," 1994.
Both books describe societies that are conformist, anti-intellectual, eugenic, and euthanasic.
at 955 (citing Administration and Compounding of Euthanasic Agents, The Hague (Royal Dutch Society for the Advancement of Pharmacy 1994), available at http://wweek.
De Castel's seemingly unendurable psychic pain and Tomassov's euthanasic altruism (51) were C onrad's weakling secret sharers while he sought yet again to lay his ghosts.
The scandal of his euthanasic murder of his own troops was bruited long afterwards.
He does this, and as a reward for his euthanasic deed, he is given the undeveloped films.
ROYAL DUTCH SOC'Y FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PHARMACY, THE HAGUE, ADMINISTRATION AND COMPOUNDING OF EUTHANASIC AGENTS [section] 2.
In "A Warrior's Soul" Tomassov's euthanasic charity to de Castel originates in his worship of the treacherous salon icon Mine Leonie.
6) In his inimitable way he criticized both the active euthanasic modes of "strychnine, gun, and morphine" and the passive modes of withdrawing nutrition and hydration.
For an English translation of the article, see Administration and Compounding of Euthanasic Agents, The Hague (Royal Dutch Society for the Advancement of Pharmacy 1994), available at http://wweek.
In order to educate physicians and pharmacists regarding the requirements and recommendations for substances used in euthanasia, The Royal Dutch Society for the Advancement of Pharmacy designated a task force which issued the "Report on Euthanasic Agents" in 1987.