reported circumstance

reported circumstance

As defined by the Medical Defence Union (MDU), the main carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK, a circumstance first reported by the policy holder during the period of insurance.
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But based on data from 2003 to 2004, overlay was the most often reported circumstance of ASSB deaths in infants (34%), followed by suffocation by bedding (14%) and being wedged or trapped (14%), among others.
Two findings of this study support recent revisions of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations (13-15): bats that encountered humans had a high prevalence of rabies, and the third most frequently reported circumstance was a person awakening to find a bat in the room.
He certaintly did not because his reported circumstances should have put him in the centre of that radar.
The reported circumstances of her birth yield no proof upon which to conclude that her father or mother is a Filipino citizen, so as to make her a Filipino citizen at birth," read the complaint.
Misogyny isn't any means be a Pakistani or Muslim prerogative, but its implications in the reported circumstances are heinous beyond belief, and although criminality of this nature is a minority occupation, the knowledge that it permeates societies at a lower, sometimes subliminal, level nonetheless substantiates the case for "an enlightening breeze of modernity" and for notions of morality divorced from medieval impulses.
John Cerar, former commander of firearms training at NYPD, told the New York Times: "Under the reported circumstances, it appears to be a good shooting.
The platform not only allows officials to identify and rectify reported circumstances that may lead to large scale graft and mismanagement, but it also provides civil society organizations and the media a platform for engaging in evidence-based advocacy efforts.
The reported circumstances of the shooting gave rise to an allegation of war crimes.