misadventure


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misadventure

Law accidental death not due to crime or negligence
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Coroner Clare Bailey recorded a verdict of death by misadventure, with cause of death as acute alcohol toxicity.
Pakistan navy chief Admiral Fasih Bokhari in 1999 took a strong stand against Sharif and protested against the Kargil misadventure.
TAKING ADVICE: Amy Winehouse's mother Janis, left, leaves St Pancras Coroner's Court, in October, when a verdict of misadventure was recorded into the death of her daughter, inset
Coroner Huw Medlicott said: "I'm not excluding misadventure, though a narrative verdict has the benefit of a full explanation of the circumstances rather than something rather bald.
The jury had to decide whether Mr Van Mam was killed in an accident or through misadventure.
Wirral coroner Christopher Johnson recorded a verdict of misadventure, and said Mr Dunne died of paracetamol toxicity due to multiple drugs.
Misadventure piles on misadventure, and both Ant and his pants undergo a transformation.
Coroner Paul Knapman recorded a verdict of misadventure after the 44-year-old was found dead by police at a flat in Wandsworth, south London, on December 29, the eve of his 45th birthday.
A CORONER yesterday recorded a verdict of misadventure into the death of a party-goer who plunged from the roof terrace of a German aristocrat's home following a "gay orgy".
So, granted, Washington is corrupt and debased, and it's entirely possible that political leaders will be distracted by some new scandal or foreign misadventure.
Aernout Mik's video installation Refraction, 2005, which tracks the aftermath of a bus accident in the Romanian countryside, comes closer to naturalism than any of the Dutch artist's earlier moving-image odes to disaster, dislocation, and freakish misadventure.