unusual death

unusual death

A generic term for any death that can be regarded as the opposite of a natural death (i.e., due to age), and usually not due to common diseases or accidents.
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Meanwhile, daughter Janhvik has paid tribute to her late mother and begged fans not to "tarnish her name" just because of her unusual death.
He said: "It was a sad and unusual death and no-one would have expected him to die from that injury, but he did, and you and no-one else bear full responsibility.
He asked the public to remain calm but be vigilant and report any unusual death of feathered animals such as poultry and ducks to the nearest agriculture office so they can provide immediate action.
Bidhan Nagar police have initiated a case of unusual death and the body has been sent for postmortem examination, police sources said.
A detective inspector is now investigating the unusual death.
The first half of Crossing Hitler details Litten's early life the trial and the immediate aftermath; the second his arrest imprisonment and unusual death.
Washington, June 2 (ANI): A new research by astrophysicists at the University of Warwick, UK, has discovered that a mystery stellar explosion recorded in 2006 may have marked the unusual death of an equally unusually carbon-rich star.
Judging by the whale's bloated tongue, Jensen and her team suspected an infection had caused the humpback's unusual death.
At the moment, of course, much of the country's fascination with her is the result of her unusual death.
Det Chief Insp Andy Reddick, leading the inquiry, said last night: "It is being treated as an unusual death for the time being.
The hospital issued a notice to the police on Friday about her unusual death.
Post-Gazette managing editor Madelyn Ross disagrees, saying that such an unusual death occurring near a prominent publisher's office is news.