local death


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lo·cal death

death of a part of the body or of a tissue by necrosis.

lo·cal death

(lō'kăl deth)
Death of a part of the body or of a tissue by necrosis.

local death

Gangrene or necrosis of a part.
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Leveraging on the existing resources of Shenyang city and Jinzhou city, Fu Shou Yuan will work closely with local institutions on the construction, reconstruction and expansion projects of cemeteries and funeral parlours to deepen the reform of local death care services as well as contributing our advanced experience and resources to the local cities.
The other local death was Abdullah Patel, 42, of Dewsbury.
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As the memorial's granite slabs and stone walls took shape beside Worcester Center Boulevard, now Foster Street, over the last four years, the local death toll from current wars in Afghanistan and Iraq slowly mounted too.
They moved in to the notorious Jameat police station and jail in Basra, fearing the renegade police - linked to local death squads - were about to execute prisoners held there.
Forty corpses had been taken to the morgue already, and officials expected the local death toll to climb well above 100 people.
Health officials on Thursday reported three more deaths from SARS and two more infections, bringing the local death toll to 273 and the cumulative cases of infection to 1,732.
Each ghost-employee record contained a dead person's Social Security number, which Turner had lifted from local death records open to the public.