Ya thank u very much! i never thoguht i would had to answer my own question! But anywho, the word means like Incident or with anger also could be used as the following. EXAM…PLE: I was AGGRAVATED!, i wanted the day to come i was so excited! (MORE)
There are several good methods of handling frustration in a healthy manner..
Express your emotions - use "I" messages to tell how you feel instead of making aggressive statem…ents. "I feel ___ when ___ happens" is a good way to let other people know what's happening inside. .
Find an outlet for your aggression. If talking is not helping, leave the situation (be sure to explain to the other person that you are taking a break to cool off so that they don't think you're stomping off in a temper tantrum!) and go do something physical. Jog, play a game, or work out. This gets a lot of the aggression focused on something harmless. .
Do something creative. Many artists and writers find that they do more work when they are frustrated than when they are calm! (MORE)
T.P.I. -- CRIM. 10.13 AGGRAVATED PROSTITUTION Any person who commits the offense of aggravated prostitution is guilty of a crime. For …you to find the defendant guilty of this offense, the state must have proven beyond a reasonable doubt the existence of the following essential elements:1 (1)(a) that the defendant engaged in sexual activity as a business; or (b) that the defendant was an inmate in a house of prostitution; or (c) that the defendant loitered in a public place for the purpose of being hired to engage in sexual activity; and (2) that the defendant was infected with HIV; and (3) that the defendant acted knowingly. "HIV" means the human immunodeficiency virus or any other identified causative agent of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.2 "Sexual activity" means any sexual relations, including homosexual sexual relations.3 ["Inmate" means a person who engages in prostitution in or through the agency of a house of prostitution.]4 ["House of prostitution" means any place where prostitution or the promotion of prostitution is regularly carried on by one (1) or more persons under the control, management or supervision of another.]5 ["Prostitution" means engaging in, or offering to engage in, sexual activity as a business or being an inmate in a house of prostitution or loitering in a public place for the purpose of being hired to engage in sexual activity.]6 "Knowingly" means that a person acts knowingly with respect to the conduct or to circumstances surrounding the conduct when the person is aware of the nature of the conduct or that the circumstances exist. A person acts knowingly with respect to a result of the person's conduct when the person is aware that the conduct is reasonably certain to cause the result.7 The requirement of "knowingly" is also established if it is shown that the defendant acted intentionally.8 "Intentionally" means that a person acts intentionally with respect to the nature of the conduct or to a result of the conduct when it is the person's conscious objective or desire to engage in the conduct or cause the result.9 (MORE)
It more than simple Manslaughter but less than Homicide. Usually charged when the defendant has done something with reckless disregard of the consequences which caused the dea…th of another. For example: oftentimes used in drunk driving cases or speeding cases which result in death.(MORE)
This is state specific but your locale will be somewhat similar-intended as rule of thumb only committed under, or accompanied by, any of the following circumstances…: (1)(a) The defendant committed the murder pursuant to an agreement that the defendant receive money or other thing of value for committing the murder. (b) The defendant solicited another to commit the murder and paid or agreed to pay the person money or other thing of value for committing the murder. (c) The defendant committed the murder after having been convicted previously in any jurisdiction of any homicide, the elements of which constitute the crime of murder as defined in ORS 163.115 or manslaughter in the first degree as defined in ORS 163.118. (d) There was more than one murder victim in the same criminal episode as defined in ORS 131.505. (e) The homicide occurred in the course of or as a result of intentional maiming or torture of the victim. (f) The victim of the intentional homicide was a person under the age of 14 years old. (2)(a) The victim was one of the following and the murder was related to the performance of the victim's official duties in the justice system: (A) A police officer as defined in ORS 181.610; (B) A correctional, parole or probation officer or other person charged with the duty of custody, control or supervision of convicted persons; (C) A member of the Oregon State Police; (D) A judicial officer as define in ORS 1.210; (E) A juror or witness in a criminal proceeding; (F) An employee or officer of a court of justice; or (G) A member of the State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision. (b) The defendant was confined in a state, county or municipal penal or correctional facility or was otherwise in custody when the murder occurred. (c) The defendant committed murder by means of an explosive as defined in ORS 164.055. (d) Notwithstanding ORS 163.115 (1)(b), the defendant personally and intentionally committed the homicide under the circumstances set forth in ORS 163.115 (1)(b). (e) The murder was committed in an effort to conceal the commission of a crime, or to conceal the identity of th (MORE)