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Criminal law. The killing of a human being, when the party killing is not altogether free from blame, but the necessity which renders it excusable, may be said to be partly induce by his own act. A homicide committed while doing a lawful act, without any intention to hurt. Excusable homicides include those by accident or misadventure, or a homicide committed in self-defense.

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