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Yet single mums have frequently been allocated family homes and are seriously overhoused and such folks will now be in the firing line for cuts - seemingly a Tristar self-inflicted injury.
FX network has launched the new TV series based on the Adam Sandler-Jack Nicholson movie with the same name, starring Sheen alongside Selma Blair, as a baseball player-turned-unconventional anger therapist, who changed gigs after a self-inflicted injury forced him out of the game.
Fewer than 10 percent of suicides were by youths under age 25, but the highest rate of self-inflicted injury was among young women age 15 to 24.
In the post-mortem report, unveiled publicly for the first time, pathologist Nicholas Hunt wrote that wounds to Kelly's left wrist that severed an artery were "typical of self-inflicted injury.
It was an absolute classic case of self-inflicted injury.
THE GOVERNOR of the Central Prisons has ordered a probe into an inmate's self-inflicted injury while in solitary confinement.
He returned there briefly after the attacks before walking three miles to Abercynon, where police found him bare-chested, his face splattered with the victim's blood and suffering a self-inflicted injury to a knee.
Bungling the will-he-won't-he election was a survivable self-inflicted injury.