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so critically decisive as to affect the future

causing or tending to cause death

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bringing death

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having momentous consequences

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(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences

controlled or decreed by fate

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In 2014, there were only two fatal attacks across the region, which stood at 0.
Most often, transport plans fail, not because they are not good enough, but they suffer from the fatal handicap of not consulting people on the ground,' she said.
Fatal work injuries in construction and extraction occupations increased 5 percent in 2014 to 885, the group's highest total since 2008.
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) found that the MEWP-related fatal injury (the number of fatalities per 100,000 days a rented machine was operated) for 2014 was 0.
The two pages of data are arranged to highlight the trouble areas that may be identified as high-risk for fatal injuries with the presumption that by identifying the critical demographics, those miners who fit the high risk profile will employ strategies designed to prevent future such fatalities and therefore reverse the trend.
Using data from NHTSA's Fatal Accident Reporting System, the Auto Insurance Center has created the following graphics to illustrate the circumstances of each fatal crash occurring between 2009 and 2013 nationwide.
Five disease groups accounted for 81% of fatal burden in 2010, with two groups accounting for more than half (58%) of the total fatal burden.
He also proposes that if the same driver is caught repeating the offence after the six month sentence has expired, to have his licence revoked for a year and in case he/she causes a fatal road accident --while intoxicated or speeding- to permanently lose their licence.
Colonel Shawaf Abdurrahman, Director of Traffic and Patrol department, said several fatal accidents reported in the emirate in the past few years took place as a result of speeding.
The Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) has published data on fatal occupational injuries for the entire United States since 1992.
Fatal Aircraft Class A Destroyed Aircraft Damage 1 AF 9 AF 1 F-22 F-16 F-22 F-16 12 AF 4 U-2 MQ-1/9 B-1 USAFWC B-1 MQ-1/9 ANG (ACC-gained) 1 F-16 F-16 AFRC (ACC-gained) Fatal Class Class A B 9 AF Fatal Fatal Fatal Fatal due to 4 2 misconduct Fatal due to misconduct 12 AF Fatal due to misconduct Fatal 5 2 Fatal DRU's 0 2 Class A Class B 9 AF 0 0 12 AF 0 0 AWFC 0 0
Three women aged 19, 20, and 27 and two men aged 49 and 19 have been arrested in connection with the fatal blaze, Leicestershire Police said.
But, when "sufficient sleep" (defined as seven or more hours a night) was added to the other four lifestyle factors, the overall protective benefit was even further increased - and resulted in a 65 percent lower risk of composite CVD and a 83 percent lower risk of fatal events.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently teamed with the Montgomery County Worker Health and Safety Commission in Maryland to spread the word about preventing fatal falls in construction.
Objective: To determine various modes of fatalities and pattern of fatal injuries in the field.