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Art. 117. Provoking Speeches or Gestures Any  person  subject  to  this  code  who uses  provoking  or  reproachful  words  or gestures towards any other person subject to this code shall be punished as a court- martial  may  direct. “Provoking”   and   “reproachful”   describe those words or gestures used in the presence of the person to whom they are directed which tend to  induce  breaches  of  the  peace.  They  do  not include  reprimands,  censures,  reproofs,  and  the like, which may properly be administered in the interests  of  training,  efficiency,  or  discipline  in the  armed  forces. Art. 118. Murder Any  person  subject  to  this  code  who, without justification or excuse, unlawfully kills  a  human  being,  when  he— (1)  has  a  premeditated  design to  kill; (2) intends to kill or inflict great bodily  harm; (3) is engaged in an act which is  inherently  dangerous  to  others and evinces a wanton disregard of human  life;  or (4) is engaged in the perpetra- tion  or  attempted  perpetration  of burglary,   sodomy,   rape,   robbery, or  aggravated  arson; is guilty of murder, and shall suffer such punishment as a court-martial may direct, except that if found guilty under clause (1) or  (4),  he  shall  suffer  death  or  imprison- ment  for  life  as  a  court-martial  may  direct. Art. 119. Manslaughter (a)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who, with an intent to kill or inflict great bodily  harm,  unlawfully  kills  a  human being  in  the  heat  of  sudden  passion  caused by  adequate  provocation  is  guilty  of voluntary   manslaughter   and   shall   be punished  as  a  court-martial  may  direct. (b)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who,  without  an  intent  to  kill  or  inflict great   bodily   harm,   unlawfully   kills   a human  being— (1)  by  culpable  negligence;  or (2)   while   perpetrating   or   at- tempting to perpetrate an offense, other than those named in clause (4) of  .  .  .  Article 118, directly affect- ing  the  person; is guilty of involuntary manslaughter and shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. Manslaughter   is   the   unlawful   killing   of another.  There  are  two  basic  types  of  man- slaughter:  voluntary  and  involuntary. Voluntary manslaughter is the unlawful killing of  another  when  there  is  an  intent  to  kill  or inflict  great  bodily  harm,  but  the  act  is  committed in the heat of sudden passion caused by adequate provocation. Involuntary  manslaughter  is  the  unlawful  kill- ing of another committed without an intent to kill or  inflict  great  bodily  harm. Art. 120. Rape and Carnal Knowledge (a)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who commits an act of sexual intercourse with  a  female  not  his  wife,  by  force  and without her consent, is guilty of rape and shall be punished by death or such other punishment as a court-martial may direct. (b)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who,  under  circumstances  not  amounting to  rape,  commits  an  act  of  sexual  inter- course with a female not his wife who has not  attained  the  age  of  sixteen  years,  is guilty  of  carnal  knowledge  and  shall  be punished  as  a  court-martial  may  direct. (c) Penetration, however slight, is suf- ficient  to  complete  these  offenses. Art. 121. Larceny and Wrongful Appropriation “Larceny” is stealing something and keeping it;  “wrongful  appropriation”  is  taking  something not   your   own,   but   only   temporarily.   Legally, taking  or  withholding  is  wrong  if  done  without the  consent  of  the  owner;  obtaining  usually implies getting something under false pretenses. All  of  these  meanings  denote  theft. The  most  common  example  of  larceny,  of course, is outright theft. An example of obtaining something  under  false  pretenses  is  to  obtain  a 6-21

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