The dismemberment of Ukraine is as much his cause as theirs.
He rejected the idea of photographing the dismemberment he saw on the battlefield; that would, he felt, have served no purpose.
“Sex and sexual activity is not quite so much a guarantee of dismemberment and death,” she says.
c.1300, from Old French desmembrer (11c.), from Medieval Latin dismembrare "tear limb from limb; castrate," from Latin de- "take away" + membrum "limb" (see member). Related: Dismembered; dismembering.
dismember dis·mem·ber (dĭs-měm'bər)
v. dis·mem·bered, dis·mem·ber·ing, dis·mem·bers
To amputate a limb or a part of a limb.