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It came from the United States with their `publish or perish " of the Sixties. A DEATH IN TIME (2004)Perhaps, after all, he had not returned into the Domus Mundi to perish, as least not yet. SACRAMENT (2004)
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British English: perish VERB
If people or animals perish, they die as a result of very harsh conditions or as the result of an accident.
Most of the butterflies perish in the first frosts of autumn.
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