He claimed that decomposed
bodies of 10 persons have been recovered after the general elections.
granite has been popular at dog parks on the West Coast for the past decade and has gained popularity in other parts of the country lately.
He admitted being responsible for 18 decomposed
carcasses, bags of animal waste and a cow's head found on his land.
The system comprises an electrolytic tank, which generates easily decomposed
intermediates by forming hypochlorous acids through the addition of salt and oxidizing organic substances, and a catalytic tank, which gasifies and decomposes the intermediates and surplus hypochlorous acids by means of oxidoreduction reactions.
The police took out the man's decomposed
body, later identified as Nitin.
A mass grave was found south of Buhrez district, (5 km) south of Baaquba, in which 153 decomposed
bodies of civilians, policemen and army soldiers were discovered," Maj.
The flesh and organs are completely decomposed
in 4 hours, leaving bones as the only solid remains.
The most critical feature of a common-item nonequivalent groups equating design is that the average score difference between the new and old groups can be accurately decomposed
into a group ability difference and a form difficulty difference.
Medical examinations later revealed Mr Fleming, who had a history of health problems including kidney failure, ulcers and previously suffered a heart attack, had been dead for around three weeks, meaning his body was heavily decomposed
and difficult to examine in a post mortem.
The body was so badly decomposed
that police have so far been unable to identify who it is.
1 : to break down or be broken down into simpler parts or substances especially by the action of living things (as bacteria and fungi) <Leaves decomposed
on the forest floor.
Summary: A decomposed
body was found Friday near a former Syrian intelligence center in the Bekaa Valley town of Anjar, Lebanese newspapers reported on Saturday.