Some articles on dying:
... Dignity in Dying is a United Kingdom nationwide campaigning organisation ... Dignity in Dying campaigns for the greater choice, control and access to a full range of medical and palliative services at the end-of-life, including providing terminally ill adults with the option of a painless ... Dignity in Dying points out that in the 2010 British Social Attitudes survey 82% of the general public believed that a doctor should probably or definitely be allowed to end the life of a patient with a painful ...
... the city seem to be military movements, homeless people and beggars dying on the streets, and humanitarian workers trying to save the children ... A woman is shown dying from having drunk water contaminated with oil ... worker who collects the abandoned children and those children of dead and dying parents, is shown caringly taking the woman's three young children from her in order to take ...
... of Doc Pomus, Alex Halberstadt wrote about the DeVille-Pomus composition "Something Beautiful Dying" “ If "Something Beautiful Dying" sounded a little like ... that nothing feels the same My heart is crying, your eyes are lying There's something beautiful dying ” ...
... The Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP) is a UK care pathway covering palliative care options for patients in the final days or hours of life ... has been extended to include all patients deemed dying ...
... "Bite the dust" Euphemism for dying or death ... "Kick the bucket" Euphemism for dying or death ... "Pop one's clogs" (UK) Euphemism for dying or death ...
More definitions of "dying":
- (adj): In or associated with the process of passing from life or ceasing to be.
Example: "A dying man"; "his dying wish"; "a dying fire"; "a dying civilization"
Famous quotes containing the word dying:
“When the shadow of death blots out my joy
And erases the face of the sun
Give me strength to endure, hope to believe
That living and dying are one.”
—William L. Wallace (20th century)
“The dying man doesnt struggle much and he isnt much afraid. As his alkalies give out he succumbs to a blest stupidity. His mind fogs. His will power vanishes. He submits decently. He scarcely gives a damn.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“If little planned is little sinned
But little need the grave distress.
Whats dying but a second wind?
How but in zig-zag wantonness
Could trumpeter Michael be so brave?”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)