deceased


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deceased

(dĭ-sēst′)
adj.
No longer living; dead.
n. pl. deceased
A dead person.

deceased

adjective Dead, defunct, departed.

noun A person who is dead.

Forensics
Deceased is generally preferred in the UK, while decedent is used in the US.
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Police said that deceased was targeted with 9MM pistol.
Superintendent Budani said it was suspected that the deceased was trying to cross to Namibia.
The first full liver transplant in the UAE from a deceased donor was undertaken on February 1 to treat a 60-year-old Emirati man suffering from liver cirrhosis and failure.
Three teams were constituted to contact family of the deceased person and arrest the agents.
From Punjab, as many as 665,795 deceased persons will be removed from the list, which will include 454,335 male and 211,460 female voters.
Trouble started when an argument ensued over a missing phone of which the deceased accused the suspect of being in his possession.
The authors focused on the most common basis for deceased donor kidneys being discarded, and their findings suggest there may be kidneys not being made available for transplantation based upon somewhat erroneous information (i.
Earlier today, a notice was issue stating that hereafter; the Aadhaar number will be required for the purpose of identifying the deceased for the purpose of death registration, effective from October 1.
Article 1105 Civil code provides that: "(1) The inheritors of the deceased, without exercising the right of succession option, exercise it separately, each one for each one's part, within the term applicable to the right of option regarding the inheritance of their author.
Police confirmed that the deceased -- identified as Al Farashan Jacob -- decided to take the extreme step.
The MDP was satisfied that CommSec entered into the market transactions for the deceased client, and allocated them to the deceased clients accounts, without the instructions of the deceased client or of a person authorised by the deceased client.
AFTER two decades, the tax rates on the settlement of the assets of deceased persons will be reviewed by the Senate to make them responsive to the present times.