comatose

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Related to coma: diabetic coma, Induced coma
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Bar Comas eyed the defiant and insubordinate chieftain for an instant, his expression one of haughty, fearless contempt and hate, and then without drawing a weapon and without uttering a word he hurled himself at the throat of his defamer.
Bar Comas had much the better of the battle as he was stronger, quicker and more intelligent.
Bar Comas was stone dead, and only the most herculean efforts on the part of Dak Kova's females saved him from the fate he deserved.
The Belfast man has been weaned off coma drugs but remains heavily sedated.
He was put in an induced coma under intensive care after being seriously injured on a festive works night out in Aberdeen on Friday.
The coma engulfs a tiny ball of frozen space dust and gases.
The 17-year-old was involved in a collision near Haydon Bridge on Tuesday night and had to be placed into a coma before being airlifted to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI).
Wrong spelling coma, kama (I was not in coma, but I stayed in my kama.
The responsiveness of the brain lessens as the coma deepens and when it becomes more profound, normal body reflexes are lost and the patient no longer responds even to pain.
Harri Jones (pictured) was hit by a lorry while riding a quad bike in Kavos leaving him with a fractured skull and has been in an induced coma since.
Medics originally feared the teenager would be in a medicallyinduced coma for at least 10 days but his injuries appear less severe than originally feared.
Medics placed the girl, who had suffered serious head injuries, into a coma before flying her to hospital.