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strangulation

[‚straŋ·gyə′lā·shən]
(medicine)
Asphyxiation due to obstruction of the air passages, as by external pressure on the neck.
Constriction of a part producing arrest of the circulation, as strangulation of a hernia.
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Due to the manner of death and the statement of co-workers and other initial information that investigators have gathered, we requested the assistance of the FBI in conducting a background investigation into Nolen," he said.
Date of Death, Age, Race, Gender, Cause of Death, Manner of Death, and any other
Manner of death is categorized as natural, accident, suicide, homicide and undetermined.
According to a US magazine, the Chicago medical examiner's office said that Marks suffered a gunshot wound to the head and the manner of death was suicide, Contactmusic reported.
A coroner's inquest is still ongoing, and no finding has been issued on the cause and manner of death.
His manner of death was very similar to Khalid Said's story.
The results of the study show that "without witnessing the struggle and manner of death," the birds would share with one another the presence of a dead bird, the researchers wrote.
Manner of death, said Mahyr, means determining homicide, suicide, natural causes, accident or undetermined.
They describe the process of death, the cause and manner of death determinations, physiological changes, and the medico-legal death investigation system; the physical, informational, and behavioral components of an investigation; the four phases of homicide; the scientific method for investigators; the responsibilities of first responders; how to conduct the preliminary crime scene investigation and develop leads; the victimology report; the autopsy; the interview process; the reconstruction phase; investigating suicides; common mistakes; and report writing and coordinating the investigation with the prosecution.
The following were recorded: manner of death - of interest in this study was SUDI; age - only cases two years or younger were included; cause of death (CoD); whether an autopsy had taken place; and the radiological findings.
He ruled the manner of death in Cowling's case undetermined.
Summary: BEIT MERI: With certain musical styles, a specific manner of death becomes, practically speaking, an aesthetic criterion.