How To Use Death In A Sentence

  • He expressed his racial hatred for everyone, especially OBama making veiled death threats, spoke of other dangerous topics etc … and then offered to sell me a mosser rifle as he was buying a a whole shippment of them. Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com
  • With no warning signs on either side and under poor lighting, the road is a death trap for motorists.
  • The CDC asks states to report confirmed flu deaths by age group but not by subtype, meaning H1N1 deaths are not necessarily tracked. STLtoday.com Top News Headlines
  • He was trampled to death by a runaway horse.
  • The example of the first fighter aces fixed itself in the imaginations of a generation being born just as they had met their deaths. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940
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  • As doctors we are all too aware of the natural causes of death, such as cancer and heart disease, the top killers.
  • The fall in popularity of the death's head and the subsequent prevalence of the cherub was a reflection of the Great Awakening and the belief in the immortality of the soul: "Cherubs reflect a stress on resurrection, while death's heads emphasize the mortality of man. Headstones for Dummies, the New York Edition
  • For a diagnosis of brain stem death irremediable structural brain damage should be present.
  • A business tycoon, arts patron and committed left-winger, Berge opted to sell the collection amassed over a lifetime after Saint Laurent's death last June aged 71.
  • Toxic effects may be either lethal, causing death, or sublethal.
  • The climbers face certain death if the rescue today is unsuccessful.
  • This week Professor Hay will attend an inquest in Leeds into his wife's death at which he hopes to raise concerns about the safety of the drug.
  • When the matador realises the bull is weak and unable to charge much longer he will reach for his killing sword and seek to manoeuvre it directly in front of him with its head down, so that he can administer the death stroke.
  • They would not give me a pinch of flour even if I starved to death.
  • But the gun shoots death, and purifies the earth of the filth of brutals. Think Progress » IRS building in Utah evacuated, two employees taken out on stretchers after reports of white powder.
  • Opening to the power of intention, you begin knowing that conception, birth and death are all natural aspects of the energy field of creation. Wayne Dyer 
  • HPL lived and died in genteel poverty, and some biographers have suggested that poor diet brought on by poverty may have hastened his death. Someone Is Angry On the Internet
  • As for the national outpouring of ersatz grief, reminiscent of the scenes that followed the death of Princess Diana, it surely spoke not of feeling but of an egotistical inability to feel, compensated for by outward show.
  • The narrator asks, " Is it death?
  • It was grey with pain, already almost a death mask and beginning to melt invisibly into the charnel of the killing field. WALL GAMES
  • Hundreds of homeless people could freeze to death this winter.
  • She even formed an American touring troupe with the distinguished George Washington Smith, America's first, and aptly named, premier danseur, who taught ballet in Philadelphia until his death in 1899.
  • His death was quite instantaneous. Times, Sunday Times
  • A 35-year-old Briton languishing in a Bangkok jail under sentence of death for a crime he says he did not commit is planning to protest his innocence by refusing to plead for a royal pardon.
  • For many Africans, the ‘coffin-headed’ black mamba is synonymous with death.
  • Until his death, on November 16th, 1272, the King continued to rule and to conduct his customary religious devotions.
  • _ When a scirrhus affects any gland of no great extent or sensibility, it is, after a long period of time, liable to suppurate without inducing fever, like the indolent tumors of the conglobate or lymphatic glands above mentioned; whence collections of matter are often found after death both in men and other animals; as in the liver of swine, which have been fed with the grounds of fermented mixtures in the distilleries. Zoonomia, Vol. II Or, the Laws of Organic Life
  • Beddoes as a writer of brief lyric poems, songs exhumed from the bodies of his dramas, and for the bizarre, sprawling Death's Jest Book. Introduction
  • The captain continues the bitter commentary for a moment before calming himself down, saying he knows that Jenko wouldn't have wanted them to get angry about his death, and himself would have "rapped" to them about balance in the cosmos "and some nonsense about karma. Tomato Nation
  • Sudden sniffing death is particularly associated with abuse of butane, propane and chemicals in aerosols.
  • Upon the death of Charles, the third viscount without issue in 1739, the title of baronet devolved to Charles, elder son of Dr. William Graham, some time Dean of Carlisle, fourth son of Sir George, the second baronet; but it was not, we believe, for some years claimed, nor is any account of this family inserted in the baronetages of 1741 or 1773.
  • The Jet Ranger arced upwards, a big prehistoric pterodactyl lurching blindly in its death throes.
  • An autopsy today found the cause of Hammerdorfer's death was cardiomegaly and biventricular hypertrophy, which refers to an enlarged heart and enlarged ventricles. ABC News: Top Stories
  • Present receivings and comforts are consistent with a great many groans; not as the pangs of one dying, but as the throes of a woman in travail -- groans that are symptoms of life, not of death. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • The president's untimely death has thrown the country into chaos.
  • However, there have been no deaths recorded in Australia since an antivenene was developed in 1980. northernstar.com.au: The Northern Star
  • Poor sanitation always leads to the spread of disease and to deaths from infectious diseases. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings
  • By holding the mobile to your ear, the death-dealing atomic waves penetrated your skull and a cancer was formed.
  • During this time, Lockhart met Moura Budberg, a Ukrainian-born baroness, who became the love of his life, and with whom, according to his son, he remained romantically involved until his death in 1970.
  • Your mother's will most likely transfers property to the revocable trust, rather than the other way around, in case she failed to transfer something to the trust prior to her death.
  • She was a very special writer and her death is a great loss to comedy. The Sun
  • Tea has 4000 years of History and very few associated Deaths or maimings whilst H&S has knocked countless souls in catatonic stupification with its idiocy. Nanny Knows Best « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • I was kneeling on the floor beneath his feet and nearly got trampled to death in the scrum.
  • This appears to have led to his death after he lost control of a scooter on a bridleway above the Wharfe's steep banks near his home. Jimi Heselden obituary
  • Facing off against Daredevil's way coolist foe of the day, Death-Stalker, the team-up had a great moment when the villain grabbed GR's flaming skull and was freaked to find that he wouldn't die. DAREDEVIL #102 Marvel Comics, 1973
  • We regret to announce the death of our chairman, Alfred Sidebottom.
  • After the death of Sigismund during the siege of Altdorf the horn passed into the keeping of the Temple of Sigmar.
  • But the Law of Moses under which the Jews, as evidenced by their circumcision, are supposed to live under is very rigid and proscribes up to death for many transgressions. The Volokh Conspiracy » Ann Coulter, Christian Chauvinist:
  • I find that the association between gestational diabetes and perinatal death or morbidity was recognized in 1983.
  • From death metal to violins and Jewish harps, folk music, punk, soul, reggae and gospel, we've got it all.
  • For the five years before her death his widow had donated an annual gift of £3,000 towards Burley - unknown to many in the village.
  • Since 1975, landmines have killed over a million people, far outstripping the deaths caused by those well-publicized bugaboos, nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
  • Speaking of rounding tight corners, the Daily News reports that some messengers attempted to promote cycling in Queens this past weekend by holding an alleycat called "BLVDS of DEATH: Archive 2010-09-01
  • I'm just still in a daze, wandering round the town centre at lunch, like some half-cut junkie, drunk on death.
  • I thought my deathly pale face made me look awful. The Sun
  • The precis accompanying the weekly summaries of incidents also make it possible to explore in more detail the deaths of individual policemen.
  • Death must loose its grip and give up its prey. Christianity Today
  • I was addressing the issue of whether his deathbed activities that I read about could meaningfully be described as signs of repentance for his proabortion rights stance. Sen. Ted Kennedy's right to a Catholic funeral
  • I have found among my old papers a kind of congratulation and exhortation which I made to myself on dying at an age when I had the courage to meet death with serenity, without having experienced any great evils, either of body or mind. The Confessions of J J Rousseau
  • Those women would certainly regard his death as an act of providence. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
  • There has been terrorism in the world, more or less nonstop, since twelfth-century Syria, when a persecuted Persian religious sect called the Assassins knifed people to death in crowds. The Fiddler in the Subway
  • He was stabbed to death in a fight.
  • The state death penalty law was nullified in 1977.
  • He did not witness her execution, yet he and the others are complicit in her death.
  • Some researchers have estimated that obesity causes about 300,000 deaths in the U.S. annually.
  • Thus the perinatal mortality ratio is the sum of the late fetal death ratio and the under-7-day mortality rate.
  • It will be no more a failure than any death after a full life is a failure. Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet
  • One in 10 asthma deaths in Scotland is due to inadequate treatment and widespread ignorance of the condition among health staff, a damning new report has revealed.
  • Social programs cover old age, invalidism, death, sickness and maternity, work injury, unemployment, and allowances per child.
  • She was prostrate with grief after her son's death.
  • The child was frightened to death by the violent thunderstorm.
  • Die young, and I shall accept your death- but not if you have lived without glory, without being useful to your country, without leaving a trace of your existence: for that is not to have lived at all. Napoleon Bonaparte 
  • Such pulmonary embolisms, leading to sudden death, can stem from immobilisation, multiple trauma and dehydration.
  • My father is long dead and his death set me free, so it bothers me that he and his problem can still affect my adult life.
  • We can see hints of miasma too, again in the backstory, in the death of Semele and her pointedly untended grave. Notes Toward a Theory of Narrative Modality
  • According to the CDC, the "age-adjusted death rate decreased significantly for 10 of the 15 leading causes of death," including heart disease, malignant neoplasm cancer, various chronic diseases of the liver or respiratory system, influenza and pneumonia. The March of Health Progress
  • It was with a great sense of loss when I heard of influential economics blogger Doris "Tanta" death. Burma: Condolence message from a Burmese blogger monk
  • Talking of death, is the landline telephone about to snuff it? Times, Sunday Times
  • Are these, you wonder, some of the 18,000 Jews from the concentration camp of Majdanek, near Lublin, machine gunned to death Nov. 3, 1943? Meditations on History
  • The primary outcome was the occurrence of severe clinical events, defined as death or hospital admission irrespective of the cause.
  • Will the bonds have to be probated along with the rest of my estate upon my death?
  • I felt as though, strong as the yoke of these janizaries and their master looked, I had the death-warrant of imperialism in my pocket. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 105, July 1866
  • In this kind of world, the weak and feeble minded are cast to the side to die an unambiguous death, while the strong and wise go on to live a fruitful, long life.
  • Furthermore, I would like to chat to you about atheism in a fox-hole as you are about to be bayonetted to death or as you lie dying from cancer on your death-bed. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • He struggled at school because of undiagnosed dyslexia and left at 15, after the death of his father. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is easy to see that this was the logical response to the dawning realisation of death as the fate of us all.
  • Life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one.In the depths of your hopes and desires lies your silent knowledge of the beyond; and like seeds dreaming beneath the snow, your heart dreams of spring. Trust the dreams, for in them is hidden the gate to eternity. Kahlil Gibran 
  • Every soul shall taste of death; 258 and now, O my son, my decease is at hand and I desire to charge thee with a charge, which if thou observe, thou shalt abide in safety and prosperity, till thou meet The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • He said that the official cause of death would depend on the results of molecular pathology tests, which have yet to be completed. Times, Sunday Times
  • In his provocative work, Clichés To Live By And The Death Of The Sixties, Anaxamander O'Flaherty, a necro-ethnolinguist at the University of Altamont, suggests that the expression, "Everything is everything," succumbed to a natural death brought on by such factors as over-utilization, deterioration of relevance, and lack of adaptability to altered states of reality vis-à-vis the American experience. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 3
  • BRIAN CABELL, CNN CORRESPONDENT: The official cause of death, cardiac dysrhythmia. CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2003
  • These range from at least 10 years imprisonment to death sentences. Times, Sunday Times
  • The title remotely suggests that twitter had something to do with his death. TechCrunch
  • Her tragic death, poignantly captured on grainy mobile telephone footage, has flashed around the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dick Brewer had taken refuge behind a thirty-inch sawlog near the mill, just one hundred and forty steps from the window near which this fierce little fighting man was lying, wounded to death. The Story of the Outlaw A Study of the Western Desperado
  • The fear of God is not the beginning of wisdom. The fear of God is the death of wisdom. Clarence Darrow 
  • In his weekly post, Williamson wrote that "the killing of Jesus was truly 'deicide' " and that "only the Jews leaders and people were the prime agents of the deicide because it is obvious from the gospels that the gentile most involved, Pontius Pilate, … would never have condemned Jesus to death had not the Jewish leaders roused the Jewish people to clamour for his crucifixion. Bishop's blog raises tensions between Jews and the Vatican
  • Objective To study the expression of substance P (SP) in human sudden erethistic death, and to seek objective morphological supports to diagnose sudden erethistic death for forensic medicine.
  • Finally the competition went to sudden death, when the Baltinglass team missed winning the title narrowly.
  • Might it not be some terrible avenger, out of the mystery beyond life, placed to beset him and finish him finally on this road that he was convinced was surely the death-road? CHAPTER XXXVI
  • Not so long ago, the major film critics in the U.S. fancifully tossed around the idea of the ‘death of cinema.’
  • Victorian propriety is an important element of the story, the atmosphere to be upended over and over by slapstick action and sudden death. Archive 2008-02-01
  • The tragic death of Mr. Shane Fitzgerald, from Kilmacleague, Dunmore East, last week was felt all over the barony of Gall Tir including Passage and surrounding areas.
  • *Although the link between microorganisms and infection was yet to be established, the connection between pus—purulence—and sepsis, fever, and death, often arising from an abscess or wound, was well known to Bennett. The Emperor of All Maladies
  • We have known a male mierkat so assiduous in feeding young that were quite unrelated to himself, taking to them every morsel of food given him, that we have been compelled to shut him up in a room alone when feeding him, to prevent his starving himself to death: the male mierkat thus exhibiting exactly those psychic qualities which are generally regarded as peculiarly feminine; the females, on the other hand, being far more pugnacious towards each other than are the males. Woman and Labour
  • Food sharing with nonkin reduces the costs to kin of child rearing, but also reduces the resources recaptured by kin after an infant death, so evolved infant mortality is lower. Archive 2008-06-01
  • News of her death broke in the morning
  • Along with this, the arena's main concourse is narrow and crammed with useless kiosks selling everything from caramel apples to nachos to kettle corn, making the walk to the one smoking area something of a slow death march for the nicotine needy. From the Floor: A Happy Slab of Sandwich Meat
  • It appears that after Cook was wounded in the back, islanders clubbed him to death.
  • The knife severed an artery and he bled to death.
  • Typically, this part of the film is edited so unemphatically that it appears to place equal emphasis on the little boy's bed-wetting and the death of his mother.
  • He was accused of causing death by reckless driving .
  • I don't honestly know why he agreed to do the film, except that all he wanted was a fifteen-minute death scene.
  • Last year hundreds of deaths were caused by similar floods and landslides near Rio. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any restriction of circulation at the time of death would show up as oedema. THE BOOK LADY
  • This time the swoon was a deathly one, and did not yield easily. Tiger-Lilies. A Novel.
  • An ineffective flu jab given to millions of elderly people last year has been blamed for a record number of deaths over the winter. Times, Sunday Times
  • While the Irish government generates a lot of noisy, self-righteous cant about the evils of cigarettes at home, it makes a pretty packet from ‘selling death’ abroad.
  • When they had finished their work, they went to deathlike sleep.
  • And so you just ding the enemies to death, and they're dumb enough to let you do it.
  • Donate some coffins to the temple, equal to the number of deaths.
  • Perhaps as a society we believe the grubby hands of business should be kept off our organs, especially in death.
  • The death knell could also be sounded for other species dependent on the ice, such as the ringed seal, bearded seal and little auk.
  • I never feared death or dying. I only fear never trying.
  • Preliminary analysis: death from overdose of coldsleep drugs, combined with oxygen starvation and dehydration when cocoon failed to properly deploy. The City Who Fought
  • The woman, who lives in the west Clacton area, lost her 6-month-old daughter to cot death.
  • (PLAYG) A highly contagious disease, such as bubonic plague, that spreads quickly throughout a population and causes widespread sickness and death. plague
  • One step advanced beyond this, Jerry's uttermost, the folk of Somo, from the contemplation of death, had achieved concepts of the spirits of the dead still living in immaterial and supersensuous realms. Chapter 15
  • The pulse of war that beat from the West suggested the companionship of battling thousands; here was naught but silence, and himself, and possible death-dealing bullets from a myriad ambushes. War
  • Oil slicks, overhead cables and pollution are all death traps for birds.
  • Though I was on friendlier, more relaxed and affectionate terms with my fellow western-New Yorker John Gardner, who'd published an early short story of mine titled "The Death of Mrs. Sheer" in his literary magazine "MSS" -- and who regarded me, somewhat embarrassingly, as a "major American writer" -- like himself -- it can't be said that John Gardner was a mentor of mine either. Joyce Carol Oates's 'In the Absence of Mentors/Monsters': Narrative Magazine
  • Spain is to move its clocks back one hour to be in time with Britain in a change that could sound the death knell for the siesta. Times, Sunday Times
  • The overall death rate from cardiovascular disease was close to the national average, the standardised mortality ratio being 94.
  • Rome created the word that denotes this marvellous and monstrous phenomenon, of history, the enormous city, the deceitful source of life and death -- _urbs_ -- _the city_. Characters and events of Roman History
  • Then he added, " Blessed Virgin, pray for the death of this fish.
  • But if it shall be otherwise -- if they stubbornly, sullenly persist in cherishing and manifesting the spirit of treason, making their motto to read, Bound, but not broken, then let the severities of immutable justice be meted out to them: let them die the death. A Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lincoln
  • In 1974, Lawrence Stone identified "the absence of charismatic leadership" during Edward VI's reign as one of the causes for political instability yet the behavior of Mary's household suggests that Catholics, in particular the Catholic dependents associated with Mary's household, had found in the princess householder a leader of sufficient thaumaturgical charisma that they were willing to risk death on her behalf. 95 From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • His last book was called, "The Death of Outrage."
  • Frogs were not symbols of death but, on the contrary, of rebirth and renewal, because of its remarkable metamorphosis of egg into tadpole and from tadpole into frog.
  • Letters were piled up behind the door, but no food or drink was found in the flat and it is feared she may have starved to death after becoming too afraid to go outside.
  • The death of the melanocyte stem cells causes the onset of greying. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is hard to fathom the pain felt at the death of a child.
  • I called ge money and faxed a copy of the death certificate. undefined
  • His mood was darkly apocalyptic, seeing everything in life-and-death terms.
  • They are knee-deep in gelid gray water, with food and clothing, skinned seagulls and whale blubber, sheepskins and oilskins - the ancient flotsam of death at sea - sloshing about them.
  • About to be disinherited from the family fortune, Stephen returns to home after a long estrangement and it happens to be the night his father is shot to death. The Inheritance by Simon Tolkien: Book summary
  • His father's death gave him a whole new perspective on life.
  • Less obvious, however, are the deaths from morbilli of wild seals and porpoises in several parts of the world and the equine morbilli in Australia that has not only killed the horses infected, but two of their trainers besides.
  • When it comes to monster movies, novelty is not the be-all end-all; there is always room for a splashy new death or a witty recontextualization, but there are benefits to sticking to the formula. Farihah Zaman: 2010 Fantastic Fest #3: All Creatures Great and Small; Zombies, Vampires, and Terrible Human Beings
  • By 1900 about half of government revenue was raised from income tax and from death duties.
  • Property held in joint tenancy automatically passes to the surviving spouse after the death of the other.
  • One can further continue the associations with the contrasts of righteousness and wrongdoing, life and death and the like.
  • I mean, it was just a little comment, not a big life-or-death issue. Welcome to My World
  • Cancer deaths caused by fallout from weapons testing could rise to 2.4 million over the next few centuries.
  • However, even after we adjusted for these additional factors we still found an approximate doubling of risk of death from cancer among people with widespread pain.
  • His appearance in the flesh ended the rumours about his death.
  • The death and torture camps, barbaric prisons for political opponents and routine beatings for anyone suspected of disloyalty are well documented.
  • Objective To explore common causes of death in umbilical cord blood transplantation treating malignant and nonmalignant diseases in children.
  • But since he or his representative maintained for years that his proabortion rights stance is consistent with being a Catholic in good standing, with receiving Holy Communion, leading family prayers, and being visited by priest friends, I can't for the life of me figure out why I should see his doing such things on his deathbed as "signs of repentance" for the manifest grave sin of his proabortion rights stance. Sen. Ted Kennedy's right to a Catholic funeral
  • Its balance of financial and armed clout should give it a longer shelf life than the Soviet Union, whose military establishment bled its command economy to death.
  • Sandra helped us deal with the grief and anger we felt over Patrick's death.
  • It do to freeze to death now , right at the beginning.
  • By all means, cover yourself for unexpected eventualities such as death, unemployment and your house burning down.
  • So he sleepeth and wotteth not whither she goeth, nor what she doeth; but we know that after giving him the drugged wine, she donneth her richest raiment and perfumeth herself and then she fareth out from him to be away till break of day; then she cometh to him, and burneth a pastile under his nose and he awaketh from his deathlike sleep. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Alone in her dominion, the inheritress entered the death-chamber, and there passed an hour upon her knees. Veranilda
  • Robert Keller suggests that Holmes did indeed meet his death at the falls, but came back for subsequent adventures as ‘the world's first consulting ghost’.
  • The coroner immediately classified his death as a suicide.
  • But if you truly fear death by animal, pitch the car keys: Deer kill about 14 Americans per month, mostly through collisions with front bumpers.
  • Let's get you inside before you freeze to death.
  • The specter of death lingers over the entire film, both figuratively with Tommy Lee Jones as a corporate "axeman" sent to close down the show after one last performance and literally, in the form of Virginia Madsen's angel in a white trenchcoat, a noirish avatar of death who Altman credits as the "Dangerous Woman" even though she's given an actual name in the film. Archive 2008-11-01
  • We call it QED, after the Latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum, or "proven as demonstrated," and it is intended to bridge the funding gap, popularly known as the "Valley of Death," between research grants and private investment while advocating proof-of-concept development projects within the life sciences. BusinessWeek.com --
  • She felt her mother's death very deeply.
  • As in Homer, after further tribulation, he will eventually reach Ithaca, kill Penelope's suitors, and live with wife and son until a peaceful death in old age.
  • The teeth of our distant ancestors can yield a surprising amount of evidence about their lives and deaths. Times, Sunday Times
  • Under Sharia law gay sex illegal, with penalty of death as young as 14 years old.
  • Her appearance was deathlike, and her look of despair very pitiful.
  • Wishing death on the senator's grandchildren is a particularly nice touch. Standards and Practices
  • Studies have shown that cot death is more likely to occur if the mother smoked while pregnant. Times, Sunday Times
  • The queen was grief-stricken at his death.
  • Hospital doctors said Rod was minutes from death when they gave him emergency injections.
  • Death is the last link in the chain.
  • I wouldn't mind death, so I could escape my tormentors here, but I fear the painful ways of dying the men here invent.
  • The boy is shocked at the old man's death and loses his mental balance.
  • There are fears that the death toll will rise as the weather worsens. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hospice staff were said to be in tears when the news of her death was announced. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ten millilitres of pure methanol can cause blindness and 30 millilitres death, so it is just small amounts.
  • When a hoplite line advanced shoulder to shoulder against the enemy, it was a wall of death. Alexander the Great
  • He was frozen to death on a snowing night.
  • While not explicit, many implied that they would indeed fight to the death for their managing director.
  • On the death of Leo there were two main candidates for nomination as his replacement.
  • Death by starvation and dehydration is neither painless nor euphoric.
  • ESCONDIDO - No charges will be filed against two Escondido police officers for the death of a parolee who was high on methamphetamine as they struggled to take him into custody, the District Attorney's Office announced Thursday. San Diego News
  • The child hung onto the rail like grim death.
  • Two soccer fans plunged to their deaths after a heavy drinking session.
  • A mother and her 13-month old baby cheated death by moments thanks to a dramatic rescue from their burning home in Kendal.
  • The prosecution decided not to proceed because medical experts could not be certain what caused Mrs Fort's death.
  • But the centenary of her death seemed to me the perfect time to re-examine her life, particularly because she is a distant relative. Times, Sunday Times
  • Materialization of both wish and phantasy is monstrous to Victor, because his egoic coherence depends on denying the death-drive that he sublimes as life — especially the life of science, invention, and creativity. Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality
  • He was crazed with grief after the death of his mother.
  • It's a fact that most deaths from lung cancer are caused by smoking.

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