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the Grim Reaper

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  • the Grim Reaper
  • the Angel of Death
  • the Dark Angel

death knell

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put someone to death

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a termination of life, usually as the result of an accident or a disaster

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the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism

the time when something ends

the time at which life ends

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a final state

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the act of killing

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The main reasons for not purchasing the orthoses Reason n % Lack of interest of caregivers/patients 21 63.6 Worsening/improving of the disease and/or exitus of the patient 5 15.2 Belief of ineffectiveness 4 12.1 Cost and social security concerns 3 9.1 Table 3.
The prognosis is reserved, taking into account the possibility of decompensation of all related comorbidities, the appearance of hemodynamic instability, the aggravation of vascular and parenchymatous decompensation of the liver cirrhosis, with the development of encephalopathy phenomena and evolution towards exitus. Currently, the patient is within the Child-Pugh class B (score 7), with a MELD score = 19 and in stage III according to the BAVENO IV consensus [2].
The combined national portfolio will feature Cecchetti brands Austerity, Back-house, Exitus. Line 39 and Redtree as well as O'Neill labels Camelot, Martin & Weyrich (Moscato Allegro), Pepi and Tin Roof Cellars.
The combined national portfolio will feature Cecchetti brands Austerity, Backhouse, Exitus, Line 39 and Redtree as well as O'Neill labels Camelot, Martin & Weyrich (Moscato Allegro), Pepi and Tin Roof Cellars.
In 1857 Cardarelli described the condition, which was later referred to by several Italian authors as "afta cachettica"." Its chief characteristics were ulceration on the lingual frenum of infants associated with general wasting, leading to "exitus lethalis".
As Table 2 presents, patients with an adverse outcome (exitus letalis) tended to have lower values of Red blood cells, Hemoglobin, Leukocytes, Blood sugar, Creatine phosphokinase, Creatine phosphokinase--MB compared with those who survived.
Case Risk Time to relapse Time tracking (months) (months) 1 Intermediate 6 126 2 Low 6 126 12 Low 15 6 23 High 6 90 55 Intermediate 60 48 78 High 12 15 Case Recurrence 1 No 2 No 12 No Exitus noncancer related 23 No 55 No 78 No TABLE 5: Complication rate.
Printed directly on a corrugated cardboard box with a "state-of-the-art press," Cecchetti said, "The printing application allows the fine detail of the logo to be well defined on a black background." Cecchetti already is using a similar process for his Exitus brand, he said.
Creation and grace in Aquinas' Commentary on the Sentences therefore works through a double movement of coming out of God (exitus) and going back to God (reditus), so that God is the fulfilment of all life.
Sin embargo, el paciente presento un deterioro clinico progresivo y siendo finalmente exitus a los dos meses de finalizar el tratamiento quimioterapico.