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unresponsive

Neurology adjective Referring to a total lack of response to neurologic stimuli
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A Prison Service spokesperson said: "HMP Hewell prisoner Nedas Damasas was found unresponsive in his cell at approximately 11.
diplomat their lives, OPSEC has released a new video titled Benghazi: Unaware, Unresponsive & Unaccountable that highlights the discrepancies in the Obama Administration's account of what happened and the many questions they have failed to answer.
EST and police found Chad Steven Kiser, 34, unresponsive and Ginger Fay Foust, 52, awake but unable to properly speak or walk, in the bathroom.
The woman was breathing, but unresponsive to commands from police.
Get trained in CPR, and don't be afraid to act if you see someone who is unresponsive and gasping.
Mr Dickinson said his friend had been sick and went he went upstairs to check on his son he found the teenager unresponsive and surrounded by vomit.
He added: "I don't want to say Sean was dead at the scene, but he was certainly unresponsive.
Officer Gerren Willis of the Gaston County, North Carolina, Police Department responded to a residence where a newly born baby boy was unresponsive.
David Deluca, a lawyer for the Shin family, recently told The Boston Globe that toxicology tests indicated that Elizabeth had experienced a non-lethal overdose, which might have made her unresponsive when candles sparked a fire.
With the state unresponsive, Maui County Environmental Coordinator Rob Parsons acquired funding for the Ma'alaea Harbor Sewage Pump-out Program, which pays for onshore pumping twice a week.
If the company is unresponsive then you have to consider your options, of which selling the stock is one.