self-suspension

self-suspension

 [self″sus-pen´shun]
suspension of the body by the head and axillae for the purpose of stretching the vertebral column.
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The death is therefore a result of self-suspension though the intent was unclear.
In sections on concurrent programming concepts, real-time scheduling analysis, and advanced topics they discuss such topics as deadlock, interprocess communication based on shared variables, network communication, self-suspension and schedulability analysis, and internal structures and operating principles of Linux real-time extensions.
He added: "He died as a result of self-suspension but the evidence doesn't sufficiently determine whether this was intentional or accidental.
It read: "He died as a result of self-suspension Speed as Wales captain but the evidence does not sufficiently determine whether this was intentional or accidental.
Graham Smith Suffering self-suspension Yet another albatross to hand around racing's neck.
183) and because the Murik 'realities' (unnamed) 'require a much deeper self-application and self-suspension driven by an uncompromisingly critical self-knowledge' (p.
He gave the cause of death as "asphyxia due to accidental self-suspension.
In this sense Lipset's use of psychoanalysis is a superficial exercise bu t the realities which he deals with require a much deeper self-application and self-suspension driven by an uncompromisingly critical self-knowledge.