(1) Lord Thomson of Monifieth , the now deceased chairman of the political honours scrutiny committee, was a former Labour minister but then sat in the Lords as a Liberal Democrat peer.
(2) In the court of appeal, an agreement was arrived at between the widow of the deceased and the third-party insurance of the person responsible for the accident.
(3) When Jones was a governor, regular board meetings were held in which they could quiz management about editorial decisions ,as former chairman such as the now deceased Marmaduke Hussey regularly did.
(4) We describe the concurrence of severe distal osteolysis, mental retardation, short stature, and characteristic facial appearance with maxillary hypoplasia and relative exophthalmos in two adult sibs, a 57-year-old woman and her deceased brother.
(5) The DNA was extracted from paraffin-embedded brain tissue of two deceased patients, and from blood leukocytes of nine healthy persons at risk.
(6) The following cardiovascular lesions were operated: large aortopulmonary septal defects, localized just above the valvular rings in 2 patients with severe pulmonary hypertension, with very good effect in both; tetralogy of Fallot - in 2 babies, in one with good effect; congenital mitral obstruction with pulmonary hypertension in one case, with good effect; total anomalous pulmonary venous return of supracardiac type in one child, decreased 1 week following operation; type 1 complete transposition of great arteries in one baby, deceased one day following operation; large ventricular septal defects, with systemic or nearly systemic pulmonary hypertension in 5 children, in one with long-term good effect.
(7) She was found, deceased, after 30 days of being missing and nobody willing to take a report.” (O’Leary said she didn’t believe either case was related to trafficking.)
(8) The impact of early childhood loss, identification with the deceased, chronic grief, delayed grief, exaggerated or masked grief, and the death of a dream are discussed, and clinical examples are used to illustrate concepts of intervention.
(9) Decease (7 cases) should be explained by delay in diagnosis and therapy.
(10) For this kind of determination cases of deceased persons with damaged brain or cases with too high an absorbance did not prove suitable.
(11) When the remains were found, there was no idea who the deceased might be.
(12) The vast majority believe that the family should not be able to override the previously expressed wishes of their recently deceased loved one.
(13) Obama said he had contacted families of the deceased and indicated to them that the release was inappropriate.
(14) They had announced Thursday that "as a result of our public appeal for help, a courageous and compassionate individual came forward to provide the assistance needed to properly bury the deceased."
(15) In a story splashed across every major local newspaper, Rajab was accused of tweeting a photo that differed (albeit only slightly) from the official photo of the deceased released by the interior ministry.
(16) Overall mortality rates of parents of deceased diabetics were higher than those of the general population, reaching statistical significance in the age group 35-44 years (p less than 0.05).
(17) All the previous three patients are deceased, and this is the only known surviving patient.
(18) However, we have established that they were particulary numerous in the pituitary of six infants suddendly deceased.
(19) The disorder was, apparently, transmitted by the deceased father, who manifestly did not have an IGD deficiency nor any of the midline stigmata associated with IGD.
(20) Despite several attempts of cardiorespiratory resuscitation the patient deceased.
(1) We used results from the 1986 National Mortality Follow-back Survey to estimate proportions of elderly decedents who were "fully functional" or "severely restricted" in the last year of life.
(2) The most common seenario was a vehicle-vehicle collision in which seat belts were not used and the decedent or the decedent's driver was at fault.
(3) Evidence suggests that among mainland-born decedents.
(4) Scene photographs reveal that the suicide weapon is in or resting on the hand of the decedent 20% of the time with handguns and 11% of the time with long guns.
(5) Using another sample of death certificates, comparisons of the information for 322 decedents with city directory data produced similar results.
(6) Unique data from a large sample of 4,263 decedents aged 45 years and over in Manitoba, Canada, describe actual utilization in the four years prior to death: all hospitalizations, nursing home stays, and ambulatory physician contacts.
(7) There were no significant differences in serum potassium between decedents and survivors in either of these treatment groups.
(8) Two control groups, one a decedent and the other a "living" series, were individually matched to the cases one-for-one.
(9) The validity of the procedure was tested on 341 decedents of known race who resided at the time of death within the Detroit, Michigan, Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area.
(10) Total care expenses of the older old were only slightly below those of the most expensive decedents, however, as expenses for nursing home and home health care more than offset lower medical service expenses.
(11) The distribution of deaths from various causes among these men was compared to that of other male decedents in the state.
(12) Age, sex, and metropolitan status of residence are associated with a listing of chronic alcohol abuse among decedents of liver cancer, varicose veins, symptomatic heart disease, septicemia, and respiratory system disease.
(13) A proportionate mortality ratio (PMR) analysis utilizing death certificates and work histories was performed on 201 white male decedents who had been employed in pulp and paper production plants and had died between 1970 and 1984.
(14) Most of the hyperthermia deaths occurred while the decedent was taking a sauna bath; most decedents were men aged 42-62 years.
(15) Histological changes in the decedents which were similar by both routes of administration were most marked in the lymphoreticular system but also occurred in the gut.
(16) HRH jumps were least common between 6 p.m. and midnight, all decedents were dressed in street clothing, only one was heard to have screamed, and all but one were dead on the scene.
(17) SACs below 150 mg% could not be used to predict whether or not the decedents had been engaged in active or sedentary behavior prior to death because both situations occurred with equal frequency.
(18) All decedents of motorcycle crashes in New Mexico from 1984 through 1988.
(19) Two control groups, one a decedent and the other a "living" series, were individually matched to cases one-for-one.
(20) Examination of reimbursement for nonacute services, not covered by Medicare, reveals that services for the "older old" may be less costly immediately prior to death than for younger decedents.