Examples of immolation in a Sentence
the blood-drenched immolations that the ancient Aztecs annually offered by the thousands
Recent Examples of immolation from the Web
A 24-year-old farmer set himself on fire this weekend in Tibet’s first reported self-immolation of the year, and approximately the 150th since 2009.
For the voters of Fulton County, the retirement of one respected senator, and the self-immolation of another, can’t be good news.
If, for once, Trump could be restrained from further Twitter self-immolation, who knew?
This is a fundamental truth lost to most Americans watching the immolation of the Middle East from a seemingly safe distance.
The Arab Spring started with food protests, the self-immolation of the vegetable vendor in Tunisia.
Or some spark, like the self-immolation of Tunisian street vendor Mohammed Bouazizi, could coalesce disillusioned North Koreans into their own Arab Spring, a full-scale grassroots uprising.
Russia’s act of annexation and its evident designs on eastern Ukraine constitute a reminder that NATO was created to protect Europe after its pair of 20th-century self-immolations.
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