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Deaths

Meanings and phrases

births and deaths

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E.g.
  • Migration accounted for 8.7%, while births and deaths accounted for 2.8%.
  • It has changed at a rate of 3.2% due to migration and at a rate of -3% due to births and deaths.
  • For example, Hindu cosmology includes the idea of an infinite cycle of births and deaths and an infinite number of universes with each cycle lasting 8.64 billion years.

number of deaths

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E.g.
  • Sources frequently disagree on the number of deaths.
  • The use of laetrile led to a number of deaths.
  • The number of deaths currently stands at 68 with 5 people missing.

deaths per

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E.g.
  • There are 44.2 births and 9.2 deaths per 1,000 citizens.
  • It was determined there were 5.3 deaths per 100,000 prescriptions.
  • The infant mortality rate is 11.63 infant deaths per 1,000 live births.

deaths occurred

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E.g.
  • All aircraft were lost and a total of 10 deaths occurred.
  • Six more deaths occurred indirectly.
  • Other reports of the attack assert that over 300 deaths occurred.

civilian deaths

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E.g.
  • The number of civilian deaths is unknown.
  • He knew, but ignored, the near-inevitability of civilian deaths.
  • Montt won this partial victory at an enormous cost in civilian deaths.

no deaths

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E.g.
  • Despite the damage, there were no deaths or injuries.
  • "Morley" transported 175 male convicts, with no deaths.
  • She embarked 176 male convicts and suffered no deaths "en route".

deaths accounted

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E.g.
  • Migration accounted for 8.7%, while births and deaths accounted for 2.8%.

many deaths

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E.g.
  • The attack resulted in many deaths and injuries.
  • During the 13th century, sorcery was involved in many deaths.
  • The exact number of casualties is not known, as many deaths were not recorded.

deaths due

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  • She was noted for having the lowest rate of deaths due to typhoid in her hospital.
  • Injuries or deaths due to collisions with boats, especially their propellers, are also common.
  • Of these, Idaho is the only state accused of having a large number of deaths due to the legislation in recent times.

deaths were reported

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  • Three deaths were reported in Lambayeque Department.
  • No deaths were reported among foreign tourists.
  • No deaths were reported due to the fire.

deaths caused

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  • There are 1.14 million deaths caused by exposure to ambient air pollution.
  • Most cancer deaths caused by occupational risk factors occur in the developed world.
  • Mulhearn recounted her personal witness of the deaths caused by Allied bombing in Iraq.

million deaths

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E.g.
  • This increased from 5.2 million deaths from CAD worldwide in 1990.
  • Globally, mental illness is linked to eight million deaths each year.
  • Estimates are that 700,000 to several million deaths result per year.

more deaths

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E.g.
  • Six more deaths occurred indirectly.
  • Douglass felt that inoculation caused more deaths than it prevented.
  • However, as more and more deaths quickly ensue, it becomes apparent that there is an epidemic.

caused the deaths

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E.g.
  • They admitted to hurling the rock which caused the deaths.
  • Powerlines have caused the deaths of adult petrels from collision during flight.
  • It condemned the military, which had caused the deaths by trying to disperse demonstrators.

deaths during

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E.g.
  • The Dominicans suffered no deaths during the battle and only three wounded.
  • She had left Liverpool with 49 crew and she had five crew deaths during her voyage.
  • However, the U.S. cannot credibly be blamed for all the 200,000 deaths during the long Guatemalan Civil War.

until their deaths

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  • They lived here from 1951 until their deaths in 1970.
  • Sherman remained close friends with both until their deaths.
  • David and Gladys Wright lived in the house until their deaths.

deaths among

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  • There is concern over large numbers of deaths among inmates.
  • Lastly, South Korea was infected in mid-2015, with 38 deaths among 186 cases of infection.
  • That disregard proves fatal when three suicide bombers cause more than 700 deaths among worshipers.

deaths and injuries

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E.g.
  • The attack resulted in many deaths and injuries.
  • The protests resulted in deaths and injuries.
  • Most of the direct deaths and injuries were among munitions or industrial workers.

several deaths

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E.g.
  • The riots spread throughout the country and led to several deaths.
  • "The Facts of Death" starts off with several deaths from mysterious diseases.
  • Announcement of the plebiscite results sparked civil unrest, including several deaths.

maternal deaths

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  • Making safe abortion legal and accessible reduces maternal deaths.
  • The report urged clinicians to ‘Think Sepsis’ after almost a quarter of maternal deaths were from sepsis.
  • Access to family planning could reduce maternal deaths by a third and child death by as much as 20 percent.

deaths of several

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  • An epilogue set in 1938 briefly describes the later lives and deaths of several of the protagonists.
  • In December 2001, the US Navy admitted partial responsibility for the beaching and the deaths of several marine mammals in March 2000.
  • In the 1990s, the deaths of several experienced divers, and the disappearance of two of them, resulted in a diving ban in the vicinity of the needle.

violent deaths

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E.g.
  • Both died violent deaths years later.
  • In the same year, there were 2,986 violent deaths, including 2,121 due to accidents.
  • Conflicts in the following list have caused at least 10,000 direct violent deaths in 2018.

following the deaths

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E.g.
  • Dalton and Mitchell also left following the deaths of their characters in the third-season finale.
  • It is considered unlikely that the Akuntsu language or culture will survive following the deaths of the tribe's remaining members.
  • He is cold and distant towards Miles who said he would always look after him following the deaths of his parents William and Nadieen in a tsunami.

all deaths

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  • In 2012, they caused 68% of all deaths (38 million) up from 60% in 2000.
  • 17.5 million people die from it each year, which equals 31% of all deaths.
  • It makes up 15.6% of all deaths, making it the most common cause of death globally.
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